SpiceJet To Induct 6 Boeing 737 Planes, Launch 24 New Flights


Budget carrier SpiceJet Thursday said it will dry lease (aircraft without crew, ground staff) six more Boeing 737 planes and roll out of 24 daily new flights connecting Mumbai and Delhi as it seeks to encash the void left by the temporary grounding of Jet Airways.

The move comes close on the heels of the airline announcing expansion the fleet by 21 more planes-16 B737s and five turboprop Bombardier Q400s, besides connecting the country’s financial hub with a host of international destinations.

Mumbai was one of the two main bases of Jet Airways, before it temporarily halted operations on Wednesday. Read More

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