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With the slogan of, 'Red. Hot. Spicy' , the company has a fun image which appeals to the Indian population, and travellers from all over cannot miss their bright, easy to book website, with its smart red and yellow branding. Spicejet flights are convenient and the fleet of planes, (currently totals 42) are the sort of planes which are great for short hop flights.
With options like these, Spicejet is fast becoming the 'go to' budget business airline in India, and is also reliable and dependable, after a few less stable years. There's lots of options and flexibility with fares to all destinations and a modern, easy approach to air travel that is very 21st century. So if you're looking for one of the easiest ways to get around India whether on business or for pleasure, take at a look at flights to India on Jetcost where there's plenty of Spicejet flights on offer.
With 42 new Boeing jets on order, and talks underway for a new fleet of Airbus planes, the future is bright for this entrepeneurial company, and confidence is high. With an award in 2016 of, 'India's most reputed domestic private airline', there's every reason to give this airline a go.
Frequently asked questions about Spicejet
Indian airline Spicejet, is one of the country's most popular domestic airlines. It also flies to six international destinations from its hub airports at Delhi, Kolkata and Hyderabad. It's rated as India's fourth largest carrier, and has a lively image as a low cost, efficient airline with the thousands of business people who commute around India daily. With 41 domestic destinations, it has wealth of experience in short haul flying and has been around since 2005 in its present form. However an earlier form of the company, called Modiluft has been around since the mid 1990's.