SpiceJet’s London dreams grounded for second time on failure of securing slots at Heathrow

29 Aug 2019 Evaluate

SpiceJet’s plans to connect London have been grounded again following its failure to secure slots at the Heathrow, the busiest European airport. The company had applied for slots both at the Heathrow and Manchester to operate direct daily services from Amritsar and Mumbai and was planning to deploy an Airbus 330 on these routes.

SpiceJet is among the first private companies that stepped into the Indian aviation sector.

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