SpiceJet chairman said- Hopefully the new government will not be bureaucratic: Will help in the expansion of aviation ecosystem; also plans to raise ₹ 2 thousand crores

SpiceJet Chairman Ajay Singh said on Wednesday that the airline is working towards expanding its operations. It will raise about ₹ 2 thousand crores in the next few months. Singh said that the airline is facing problems. We are trying to deal with it. The airline’s book will be fine in the next two quarters. On NDA getting fewer seats than in 2019, Ajay Singh said that he hopes that the new government will not be bureaucratic and will help in the expansion of the aviation ecosystem. Singh said that governments cannot expect low airfares for the common man by taxing India’s aviation as a product of rich people. It is also important that India should have an aviation hub and in this regard ‘we need to take every possible step. Airlines are now focusing on profits instead of market share Singh said that good competition is seen in the domestic aviation market at this time. Airlines are now focusing on profits instead of market share. Competition in the domestic aviation market is looking good at this time. He said airlines are now focusing on profits rather than market share.

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