SpiceJet Adds 100th Aircraft To Its Fleet

Recently, India’s budget carrier SpiceJet announced that it is taking its fleet size to 100 aircraft by adding a Boeing 737. It has become the fourth domestic airline to achieve the same after Air India, now defunct Jet Airways and Indigo. In a press release, SpiceJet confirmed that it has added around 23 aircraft in the last month alone. Spice Jet Chairman and Managing Director Ajay Singh said, “Who could have thought that from the brink of closure in December 2014, SpiceJet would have a 100-aircraft fleet in 2019″. At present, the budget carrier has 68 Boeing 737s, 30 Bombardier Q-400s, and two B737 freighters.  It operates 575 daily flights on an average to 62 destinations 53 domestic and nine international. The carrier also said, “SpiceJet has added 23 planes and over a hundred new flights, most of them connecting the key metros of Mumbai and Delhi, in just over a month’s time.”

Source: Livemint

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