SpiceJet, the country’s favourite low-cost carrier, today announced the relaunch of twin daily direct flights on the Delhi – Surat – Delhi route effective from 26th March, 2017.
The government has assured airlines that their costs will not increase with the enforcement of the new goods and services tax (GST) starting on 1 July, an airline executive said.
Budget carrier AirAsia India has come out with a promotional scheme called “2017 Early Bird Sale”, offering tickets from Rs. 407
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
Data reveals at least one in two flights delayed at Mumbai airport. Even as IndiGo and SpiceJet disagree over whose flights were more on time.
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,
More than two years after the buffalo-hit incident at Surat airport, SpiceJet is all set to relaunch its flight operations between Surat and Delhi on March 26.
SpiceJet has been consistently topping the OTP charts in the metros for the past three months in a row amongst pan India operators with sizable operations. SpiceJet has also been clocking a PLF of over 90% for 20 months in a row.