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SpiceJet reserves 400 slots of WheelTug e-taxi system

The airline hopes the technology will enable it to save fuel and reduce carbon emissions

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Ever Wondered What a Q400 Would Look Like as a Freighter?

Indian low-cost airline, SpiceJet has converted three of its Bombardier Q400 passenger aircraft into freighters. The turboprops, which usually have space for 78 passengers in a single-class configuration, had their seats removed and now each have a cargo capacity of 8.5 tons.