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SpiceJet

स्पाईसजेट

WEBSITE
http://spicejet.com

AIRLINE SLOGAN
Flying for Everyone

IATA CODE
OS

ICAO CODE
SEJ

CALLSIGN
SpiceJet

COUNTRY
India

FLEET
ATR42-320, ATR72-500, B737-700, B737-800, B737-900, DHC Q400

FREQUENT-FLYER PROGRAM
NA

AIRPORT LOUNGE
NA

ALLIANCE
None

FLIGHT TYPE
Commercial Airline

SERVICE TYPE
Low Cost Airline

STATUS
Active

DESTINATIONS
International/Domestic

OWNERSHIP
Private

AIRLINE BRIEF HISTORIES
Indian low-fare airline, which began operations on 23 May 2005, initially with a fleet of Boeing 737-800s. The first service linked New Delhi, Ahmedabad, and Mumbai, but the network has expanded and now serves more than 30 destinations throughout India. The airline was founded as Royal Airways, itself a reincarnation of Modiluft, which had been established with technical assistance from Lufthansa on 18 May 1993 but ceased operations in 1996. The SpiceJet name was officially adopted on 4 May 2005.
SpiceJet is an Indian low-cost airline owned by the Sun Group of India. It has its registered office in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, and a corporate office in Gurgaon, Haryana. It began service in May 2005, and by 2012, it was India's third largest airline in terms of market share, ahead of Air India, Kingfisher Airlines, and GoAir. SpiceJet operates aircraft configured with a single passenger class. Along with passenger services, SpiceJet also offers cargo services on the same flights. The service is available on flights connecting Ahmedabad, Agartala, Amritsar, Bagdogra, Bengaluru, Chennai, Coimbatore, Delhi, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur,Jabalpur, Kochi, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Madurai, Mumbai, Pune, Visakhapatnam, Tiruchchirappalli, Tuticorin and few international cities. Between 2 to 3.5 tons of cargo is ferried on each flight ensuring maximum utilisation of the aircraft.

FEATURES
The airline name and image has been chosen to reflect the aspirations of today's fast-paced and technology-savvy traveler, vibrant and energetic, absorbing Indian ethos and flavor. The cinnamon red color starts at the mid-underside of the aircraft and swings up to fill the tailfin, which also incorporates three rows of yellow and orange circles in expanding sizes, suggesting grains of different spices. Large italic SpiceJet titles in cinnamon cover the area ahead of the wing.


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