The two companies have taken this decision following the incident of a fire in the aircraft parking area of Hong Kong airport in the smartphone shipment of Chinese company Vivo.
Indian Airlines companies, SpiceJet and GoAir, have decided not to carry any cargo of Vivo. The two companies have taken this decision following the incident of a fire in the aircraft parking area of Hong Kong Airport in a Chinese company’s smartphone shipment. The Indian aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) will soon decide on issuing consultations to domestic airline companies regarding the transportation of Vivo cargo.
A senior DGCA official said, “We will decide on this on Thursday.” In this case, Vivo spokesperson said in a statement that he has taken notice of the incident of fire in a consignment at the plane parking place of Hong Kong airport. There were also some products of the company in this.
Hong Kong Airlines will not transport goods
He said, we have taken it seriously and formed a special team to work out the cause of the local authority to find out the reason for it. Following the incident on Sunday, the cargo unit of Hong Kong Airlines said that it would not carry the cargo of Vivo and its two ‘logistic’ partners.
SpiceJet and Go Air also stopped shipments
SpiceJet CEO-Cargo Sanjeev Gupta said in a circular issued on April 13, 2021, that with immediate effect, the acceptance of Vivo’s mobile and other related goods is held until further orders. A Go Air spokesperson said, all the consignments of Vivo have been stopped for some time. This decision has been taken till the clarification of the company.
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