SpiceJet will use first 4 Bombardier Q400s on 3 new routes

08/16/2011 | FlightGlobal.com (U.K.)

SpiceJet, a low-cost carrier in India, says that it will use the first four of its 15 Bombardier Q400s on three new routes. "We decided to strategically focus on improving air connectivity in Tier II and Tier III cities as we believe there is a large market in India which is yet to be touched by the benefits of the aviation revolution," said SpiceJet CEO Neil Mills.

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