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SpiceJet gets certified for cargo delivery to EU and UK

SpiceJet gets certified

SpiceJet gets certified for cargo delivery

SpiceJet gets certified – SpiceJet, an Indian low-cost carrier, announced today that it has received two critical certifications that would allow it to seamlessly transport mail and cargo from other airlines through SpiceJet. 
 
SpiceJet will now be able to transport mail and cargo from other airlines to or through the European Union and the United Kingdom, thanks to two certifications: the Regulated Agent Third Country (RA3) and the Air Cargo or Mail Carrier Operating into the Union from a Third Country Airport certifications (ACC3). SpiceJet historically solely handled SpiceJet’s cargo and mail. 
 
The certifications also attest to SpiceJet’s compliance with the relevant security criteria for the screening of air freight and mail entering the European Union and the United Kingdom, as part of their Supply chain programme. 
 
The airline has also stated that it has passed the cargo security assessment and on-site verification to ensure that everything meets EU and UK regulations.

SpiceJet gets certified

“These certificates are an evidence of our dedication to aviation safety and adherence to the highest and most strict security standards in our operations,” said Ajay Singh, Chairman and Managing Director of SpiceJet. SpiceJet will benefit from new business prospects from international airlines, freight forwarders, cargo agencies, and international couriers as a result of the new certifications, which allow us to effortlessly transport cargo to and from the European Union and the United Kingdom.” 
 
SpiceJet flies out of Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Thiruvananthapuram, Ahmedabad, and Kochi airports. 
 
Both the EU and the UK have given these locations ACC3 certification. According to the corporation, Kolkata was one of the most recent locations to be certified for EU operations and is expected to obtain approval for UK operations soon. 
 
SpiceJet’s operations in Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Thiruvananthapuram, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, and Kochi are RA3 approved for both the EU and the UK, while the airport in Goa is RA3 certified for both the EU and the UK.