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SpiceJet signs MoU with Brussels Airport for COVID-19 vaccine supply

Airline company SpiceJet has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Belgium’s Brussels Airport to supply COVID-19 vaccine in Europe.

SpiceJet in its official statement said, “As strategic partners, both SpiceJet and Brussels Airport Company NV will jointly work with the Government, pharma companies, and forwarders to ensure a reliable ecosystem for vaccine delivery in a temperature-controlled environment.”

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“Apart from vaccine delivery, It will also work towards developing and strengthening a direct air link for SpiceJet with Brussels Airport,” the statement said.

Speaking on the partnership, Ajay Singh, Chairman & Managing Director of SpiceJet, said, “This tie-up will help SpiceJet to seamlessly transport vaccines not only from Europe and beyond Indi but also help Indian manufacturers export extremely sensitive drugs in a safe and controlled environment.”

“Brussels Airport has more than 30,000m² of temperature-controlled areas. As of today, we have already shipped more than 10 million doses of vaccine from our Brucargo platform to destinations around the world,” said Arnaud Feist, CEO, Brussels Airport Company.

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