SpiceJet, one of India’s oldest low-cost
carriers, has expanded its partnership with APG by appointing the
company as its GSA in Belgium, Germany, Netherlands and
SpiceJet operates around 630 flights per day to
64 destinations - 54 of which are domestic and 10 international.
SpiceJet's fleet currently comprises of 82 Boeing 737s, 32 Bombardier
Q-400s and four B737 freighters.
“We are delighted to be expanding our close
cooperation with SpiceJet with its very successful business model
and strong commitment to growth particularly given its recent
aircraft orders.”commented Richard Burgess, President, APG Network.
APG is one of
the world's largest and most successful airline representation
networks, partnering with over 200 valued airline clients. The
company offers not only airline representation but also interline
e-ticketing solutions, fare filing, BSP support services as well
as other airline distribution solutions.