MIAMI – India’s SpiceJet (SG) and Taiwan’s Starlux Airlines (JX) have both received approval from the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to commence flights to the United States.
In November 2020, low-cost carrier SpiceJet applied to launch flights from India to the United States, notably with a fleet of Boeing 737s. SpiceJet intends to promptly begin operating a Delhi (DEL) to New York (JFK) route. Because the airline plans to use 737s, stops will be needed along the way.
SpiceJet proposes to operate Boeing 737-700 and 737-800 Freighters along with 737-800 passenger aircraft for U.S. flights. The carrier’s initial objectives are read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”