SpiceJet Boeing 737 MAX back Ajay Singh free broadband | SpiceJet Boeing 737 MAX returns, the plane will fly from Delhi to Gwalior

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SpiceJet Boeing 737 MAX returns, the plane will fly from Delhi to Gwalior

New Delhi: The company has expressed happiness on the commencement of passenger flights on the Boeing 737 MAX of SpiceJet. After a long wait of over two years, India’s aviation regulator Directorate General of Aviation (DGCA) has allowed SpiceJet to restart the Max aircraft for commercial use by passengers.

Speaking on the occasion, Ajay Singh, CMD SpiceJet said that SpiceJet is bringing back Boeing 737 MAX after a gap of more than 2 years. “We suffered huge losses due to its non-operation. 3 years ago, we inducted this plane, it was used for 6 months we flew it and there was no incident. Passengers were also happy with the plane.”

SpiceJet CMD in Delhi Ajay Singh said, “We along with Civil Aviation Minister and our family members will fly to Gwalior tomorrow to build public confidence in this aircraft. Soon we will give broadband internet in this plane.

Ajay Singh said, “In the last 7 years, we have added so many new cities and new airports on the aviation map, the work of connecting every small city has been done. The Prime Minister has said that the person wearing slippers should also travel, for that it is necessary that the cost of aviation should be reduced and the state governments should reduce VAT.

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