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SpiceJet to fly Asian Games Gold Medallist Dingko Singh for cancer treatment to Delhi
SpiceJet’s air ambulance to fly Dingko from Imphal
Airline will provide this service free of charge

GURUGRAM, April 23, 2020: SpiceJet’s air ambulance will fly Asian Games Boxing Gold Medallist Dingko Singh from Imphal to Delhi to help him resume his treatment for liver cancer. The air ambulance service will be provided free of charge to the Padma awardee.

The decision to fly Dingko to Delhi was taken by SpiceJet Chairman and Managing Director Ajay Singh who is also the President of the Boxing Federation of India. The air ambulance service was launched by SpiceJet through its 100% subsidiary this year with the aim to offer immediate assistance in case of critical emergencies.

The 41-year-old boxing champion was scheduled to undergo radiation therapy a fortnight back but could not come to Delhi because of the lockdown. A SpiceJet team has contacted Singh and arrangements have been made for his travel to Delhi.

Ajay Singh, Chairman & Managing Director, SpiceJet and President, Boxing Federation of India, said, “It was really unfortunate that Dingko Singh missed his treatment session due to the ongoing lockdown. It is matter of great privilege for SpiceJet to offer its air ambulance service to our national hero and fly him from Imphal to Delhi for his treatment. Dingko has won many big bouts for India and we pray that he emerges victorious in his fight against liver cancer. In these difficult times, all of us have a responsibility to assist our government and fellow citizens in every way possible.”

SpiceJet, through its 100% subsidiary SpiceJet Technic Private Limited (STPL) aims at providing swift air ambulance assistance in medical emergencies cases. The service operates 24x7 and is equipped with all medical facilities. 

The services of air ambulance is undertaken through two King Air C90A planes which are operated under a leasing arrangement with an aeromedical transportation organisation duly approved by aviation regulator. 

The air ambulance operates across major cities and towns in India, with a team of doctors, paramedics and experienced staff on-board. The air ambulance services, based out of Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, offers airport-to-airport transfers. It also facilitates last mile connectivity and creates a green corridor from the airport to a hospital as per customer request.

The airline through its subsidiary aims to extend the operations of this service to neighbouring countries in the coming months. The service can be availed by contacting on 9696429696 or by writing to the airline at Further information is available on: