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  • Nearly 53,000 passengers carried daily
  • Total fleet of 91 aircraft comprising 36 Boeing 737-800, 32 Bombardier Q400 and others
  • Consolidated income of Rs. 13,206.30 crore (US$ 1.81 billion) in FY20

SpiceJet is an Indian low-cost carrier based at Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi. SpiceJet is one of India's largest airlines serving domestic destinations across India. The airline commenced international operations in October 2010 and currently operate flights to 62 destinations – 53 domestic and 9 internationals.

Company Website:

Spicejet – Red.Hot.Spicy.


In May 2021, SpiceJet started a COVID-19 inoculation drive for its employees

In May 2021, SpiceXpress, the air cargo arm of SpiceJet, airlifted 9,600 oxygen concentrators from Beijing, Wuhan, Nanjing and Hong Kong to meet the shortage in Kolkata and Delhi

In March 2021, SpiceJet announced plan to add 66 flights, including additional services on certain routes, to its domestic network by March 2021

In December 2020, SpiceJet entered into a partnership with Om Logistics for Covid-19 vaccine transportation

In August 2020, SpiceJet launched SpiceOxy – a compact, portable and non-invasive ventilation device in its fight against COVID-19

SpiceJet signed tripartite MoU (memorandum of understanding) with GHIAL and Ras-Al-Khaimah International Airport for a dedicated freight corridor

Direct flights to Delhi from Mangalore International Airport (MIA) launched  

Touched its highest-ever quarterly profit of Rs. 261.7 crore (US$ 3.74 million)


SpiceJet is expected to join the global airlines' grouping the International Air Transport Association (IATA) as a member

Adjudged as the 'Best Domestic Airline' at Wings India 2018
2017 Records over 90 per cent load factor for 31 consecutive months
2016 SpiceJet decides to take on a global market strategy to expand beyond traditional markets
2015 SpiceJet initiates major network expansion with six new aircraft
Chosen as India's International Low Cost Carrier of the Year 2012 by Travel Agents Association of India
Announced that it will order 30 Boeing 737-800 aircraft increasing its fleet size to 58 planes
Tied up with BillDesk to provide customers an option to purchase tickets online
2007 Introduced two new additional daily flights on the Bangalore-Mumbai-Hyderabad routes
Inducted five new aircraft taking their total fleet to 11 aircraft
Integrated with various travel related websites to boost internet sales
Change the name of the company to SpiceJet Ltd
Started commercial operations of domestic flight services with three leased Boeing aircraft
Name of the company changed to Royal Airways Ltd
Entered into a mangement agreement with Lufthansa to manage their entire airline operations
Name of the company changed to ModiLuft Ltd
The company ventures into domestic aviation through a partnership with Deutsche Lufthansa AG
Incorporation of Genius Leasing Finance and Investment Company Ltd


India’s aviation market is expected to be world’s third largest by 2024.