SpiceJet Current Affairs - 2019

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SpiceJet: 4th Indian Airline to have 100 aircraft fleet

No-frills airline SpiceJet became fourth Indian airline to have a 100 aircraft in its fleet after a recent induction of a Boeing 737 which became its 100th plane. The other three domestic airline with 100 Aircraft fleet are national carrier Air India, now grounded Jet Airways and IndiGo. About Spicejet It is a Gurugram-based budget Read More…

Month:  Categories: Business, Economy & Banking

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SpiceJet joins IATA

Indian low-cost airlines SpiceJet has joined the International Air Transport Association (IATA). SpiceJet is the first Indian budget carrier to join the IATA, which has over 290 airlines as members. The membership of IATA will allow SpiceJet to explore and grow its collaborations with international member airlines of IATA through interlining and code shares and also enables Read More…

Month:  Categories: Business, Economy & Banking

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India’s first biofuel flight was powered by jatropha seeds

India’s first first-ever environment friendly biofuel powered flight between Dehradun and Delhi was propelled by blend of oil from jatropha seeds and aviation turbine fuel. The 43-minute flight was operated by SpiceJet’s Bombardier Q-400 aircraft, with 20 officials and five crew members on board. Key Facts This plane had carried blend of 25% of bio Read More…

Month:  Categories: Science & Technology

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India’s first biofuel flight to fly from Dehradun to Delhi

India’s first flight using biofuel will fly from Dehradun (capital of Uttarakhand) to Delhi. The first ever biofuel test flight was conducted by SpiceJet on its turborporp Q-400 plane. With this India will join elite club of nations who have operated flight on alternative energy source like biofuel. Developed countries like Canada, Australia and US Read More…

Month:  Categories: Environment & Biodiversity

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CCI imposes Rs. 54 crore fine on 3 airlines for unfair business practices

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has imposed fine of more than Rs. 54 crore on Jet Airways, InterGlobe Aviation and SpiceJet for unfair business practices with respect to fixing fuel surcharge on cargo transport. The CCI order comes on complaint filed by Express Industry Council of India (EICI) against airlines alleging cartelisation. It has Read More…

Month:  Categories: Governance & Politics

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