SpiceJet to add new destinations, aircraft

SpiceJet to add new destinations, aircraft

According to Neil Raymond Mills, chief executive of SpiceJet, the company will add five new turboprop aircraft in the coming months to augment its fleet, apart from including some new destinations in its network.

Currently the airline has a 13 percent share of the market. It operates 153 flights daily to 20 Indian cities with a fleet of 22 Boeing 737-800-737-900ER aircraft. SpiceJet had placed an order for 30 Bombardier Q400 turboprop planes to launch services to smaller destinations in the country.