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SpiceJet to launch e-commerce venture

15 June 2017 | Mumbai


SpiceJet has launched its new e-commerce venture,, an extension of its in-flight service, the company said in a press release.

An agreement with Amazon India will also make the portfolio of brands available on Amazon Prime.

The new venture will further boost to 19% SpiceJet’s ancillary revenue income which has grown from 6% to around 17% in the last 2 years.

The early investment in the portal is about INR 15 crore, a source from within the airline said while revenue expectations are almost 10 times — at INR 150 crore —for the first year.

The portal will offer products in 17 categories in the value and mid-segment price range, including sunglasses, wrist watches, backpacks, silicone luggage tags and an exclusive product line from designer Rohit Bal.

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