Ajay Singh-led SpiceJet, India’s second biggest budget airline by market share, has clocked the highest industry OTP (On-time performance) and PLF (Passenger load factor) for the month of December 2016
Ajay Singh has turned around budget carrier SpiceJet Ltd twice. First, in 2005, when he took over S K Modi-owned loss-making full-service carrier ModiLuft and rebranded it SpiceJet, in which Kalanithi Maran picked up a majority stake in 2010. In 2015, he was back at the helm of the low-cost airline, which was on the […]
Unperturbed by rivals having higher pie of the domestic traffic, SpiceJet today said it would not “go crazy” about market share and the focus is on remaining profitable in a responsible manner.
In one of the largest deals in the fast-growing Indian aviation sector, SpiceJet will buy up to 205 new aircraft from Boeing with the order valued at Rs 1,50,000 crore.
With better fuel efficiency and lower maintenance costs, the new aircraft fleet will bring in at least 15-17 percent saving in overall costs in the longer run, said Ajay Singh,
Ajay Singh, Chairman and Managing Director, SpiceJet met the DGCA chief BS Bhullar on Tuesday and expressed serious concern over the aviation regulator setting up a committee to look into how On-Time Performance (OTP) is calculated at major metro airports following a complaint by an airline.
Ajay Singh-led SpiceJet reported a net profit of Rs 58.9 crore for the July- September quarter as against Rs 29 crore for the same quarter last year, an increase of 103%.
The seasoned PR professional, Ajay Jasra heading the Corporate Affairs vertical of SpiceJet won the best Individual: Consultancy Professional at the prestigious Fulcrum Awards 2016.
A day after we brought to you the names of aircraft in the Virgin Atlantic, here’s an exclusive peek into the names of planes in the fleet of Indian budget carrier SpiceJet. The Ajay Singh-led SpiceJet has named its fleet after spices – something unique found across the country much like the SpiceJet network. Here’s a list of aircraft […]
Capping will not be the answer to deal with the steep rise in airfares as it would push the floor prices, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju has said.