A B737 plane of the airline lifted oxygen concentrators from Hong Kong and landed on the Delhi airport at 5 am on Tuesday, whereas a SpiceXpress airplane from Nanjing with the tools will land right here within the night, based on the assertion.
India is fighting the second wave of the coronavirus an infection as hospitals in a number of states are reeling below a extreme scarcity of medicine, tools, oxygen and beds.
“SpiceXpress is using its wide-body aircraft to airlift oxygen concentrators from Nanjing which will land in Delhi this evening,” the airline stated.
The concentrators arriving on Tuesday have been ordered by SpiceHealth and different organisations, it stated.
SpiceHealth is a healthcare firm owned by SpiceJet’s promoters Ajay Singh and Avani Singh.
India’s complete tally of COVID-19 instances crossed the 2-crore mark with over 50 lakh infections being added in simply 15 days.
The complete tally of coronavirus instances within the nation mounted to 2,02,82,833 with 3,57,229 new infections being reported in a day, whereas the loss of life toll elevated to 2,22,408 with 3,449 new fatalities, based on the Union Health Ministry information up to date on Tuesday.