DELHI- SpiceXpress, the cargo division of SpiceJet (SG), is preparing to introduce its initial Boeing 737-800(BDSF) aircraft, marking the return of the -800 freighter variant to the Indian cargo sector after an absence of nearly a year.
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SpiceXpress Restart Cargo Operations
According to Cargo Facts, the aircraft, an 18.9-year-old jet previously operated by Virgin Australia (VA) and owned by World Star Aviation.
It has the registration N340WS and manufacturer serial number (MSN) 34014 and is currently undergoing a passenger-to-freighter (P2F) conversion at the Bedek Lingyun (Yichang) Aircraft Maintenance Engineering facility.
SpiceXpress anticipates the acquisition of additional Boeing 737-800(BDSF) aircraft from World Star Aviation, which currently has two more units undergoing conversion at the Yichang facility, as per information from the ch-aviation fleets ownership module.
These aircraft will mark the first instances of Israel Aerospace Industries 737-800 conversions operating in India. In prior dealings with the -800 model, SpiceXpress, a subsidiary of SpiceJet, operated two 737-800(BCF) aircraft, which were retired in August and September 2022.
Subsequently, the focus shifted to the carrier’s fleet of three 737-700(BDSF) aircraft, as the ch-aviation fleet advanced module indicated.
The active freighter is based in Kolkata (CCU) and primarily serves routes to South-East Asia, Kathmandu, and Delhi reports Ch-aviation.
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