SpiceJet Airlines beautifully justifies its slogan that says “flying for everyone” with its low airfares. The foundation of SpiceJet is considered in February 1993 when ModiLuft, one of the first post-deregulation airlines of India was launched by an Indian industrialist S K Modi, in technical association with the German flag carrier Lufthansa. In 2012, it was recognized as the 3rd largest airline carriers of India. The airline has chosen modern generation Boeing 737-800s with winglets and Boeing 737-900ER. Working with a fleet of 52 aircrafts, including 37 new generation Boeings and 15 Bombardier Q400s, SpiceJet covers long haul and short haul Routss.
SpiceJet is a low cost airline of India which is owned by the Sun Group. It only operates aircrafts that are configured with a single passenger class. This airline has its registered office in Chennai and a corporate office in Gurgaon. The main hubs of the airline are Chennai International Airport, Indira Gandhi International Airport (Delhi), and Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (Hyderabad). The secondary hubs are located at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai and Kempegowda International Airport, Bangalore.
SpiceJet Airlines Top Flight Routss (Domestic & International)SpiceJet Airlines serves to 47 domestic and 10 international destinations across the world. The major domestic Routss covered by this airline are Delhi to Srinagar, Srinagar to Delhi, Mumbai to Delhi and Delhi to Mumbai, where it operates 28, 21, 14 and 14 flights respectively in a week. Some other major cities served by SpiceJet are Goa, Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Tirupati, Udaipur, Kolkata and Port Blair. Occasional flights from Delhi to Goa, Bangalore to Delhi and Port Blair to Chennai are also available. International destinations served by SpiceJet Airlines are Dubai, Colombo, Kabul, Kathmandu, Riyadh, Guangzhou, Male, Muscat, Sharjah and Bangkok. Major international flight sectors served by SpiceJet are Mumbai to Colombo, Bangalore to Kabul, Cochin to Dubai, and New Delhi to Dubai.
Free checked baggage allowance in SpiceJet Airlines for all domestic booking is 15kgs per passenger. From Jammu and Srinagar Airports, free checked-in baggage allowance is 22kgs per passenger. One piece of cabin baggage of maximum 7kgs weight is also allowed. On flights originating from Jammu and Srinagar Airports, no cabin baggage is allowed. For international destinations, baggage allowance varies from one country to another. For some international flights, baggage allowance is 20kgs but for some countries, it is 30kgs. Cabin baggage for international destination is constant at 7kgs per person.