SpiceJet and Vistara are set to induct several aircraft in the coming months as the Indian airlines moved in to occupy the slots temporarily alloted in busy domestic airports from among those left vacant by the grounding of Jet Airways.
No-frills carrier SpiceJet is set to induct its hundredth aircraft in the coming days—one of more than 50 it plans to add to its fleet in the current calendar year, chairman and managing director Ajay Singh said on Friday.
“As we sprint on our growth path, SpiceJet is eyeing an aggressive expansion plan across both its domestic and international network,” Singh said in a letter to employees.
“And the rigorous ground work for it (flying medium to long-haul international flights) has already begun,” Singh added in the letter, a copy of which has been reviewed by Mint. Read More