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SpiceJet appoints Sanjeev Kapoor as COO
New Delhi, Oct 31 : Budget carrier SpiceJet Thursday announced the appointment of aviation industry consultant Sanjeev Kapoor as chief operating officer effective from next month, nearly three months after its chief executive officer Neil Mills resigned.
SpiceJet now flies to Bangkok from Bangalore
Bangalore, Oct 25 : Low-cost carrier SpiceJet Friday launched a direct service to Bangkok from here to fly mainly business and leisure travellers to one of the popular holiday destinations in southeast Asia.
Spicejet plane engine catches fire, passengers safe
Chennai, Sep 3 : Sixty-seven passengers of Chennai-Tuticorin Spicejet flight had a narrow escape Tuesday morning at the Tuticorin airport after one of the plane's engines caught fire, said an airport official.
SpiceJet launches new travel options
New Delhi, Aug 19 : To increase its ancillary revenues and give more travel options to passengers, budget airline carrier SpiceJet Monday said that it has introduced four unique travel plans such as booking for empty seats.
SpiceJet first quarter net profit down 10 percent
Mumbai, Aug 5 : Budget carrier SpiceJet Monday reported a 10 percent fall in net profit for the first quarter of this fiscal, which stood at Rs.50.55 crore from Rs.62.44 crore in the corresponding quarter of 2012-13.
SpiceJet scrip falls after CEO resigns
New Delhi, July 24 : Stocks of budget-carrier SpiceJet declined by four percent a day after sources revealed that the company's chief executive Neil Mills had resigned.
SpiceJet CEO Niel Mills resigns
New Delhi, July 23 : Neil Mills, chief executive officer of budget carrier SpiceJet, has resigned, sources said Tuesday.
Court notice to former Spicejet pilot
New Delhi, July 18 : The Delhi High Court Thursday issued notice to a former pilot of Spicejet airline on the company's plea seeking recovery of Rs.17 lakh from him as cost incurred by it in training him. The pilot quit from the airline without serving the agreed term of five years.
AirAsia's boost to India operations stern test for local rivals
Mumbai, July 2 : Malaysian low-cost airlines AirAsia is planning to add 10 Airbus planes each year to its India operations, in a move that is going to affect local rivals IndiGo and SpiceJet, who will have to look at new ways to beat the competition.
SpiceJet to be first to import aviation fuel: Ajit Singh
By Rohit Vaid, New Delhi, July 2 : A year after allowing domestic airlines to directly import aviation fuel to save on costs, Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh has said that he expected budget carrier SpiceJet to be the first to opt for this.
SpiceJet to operate Delhi-Dharamshala flights from June
New Delhi, May 30 : Budget passenger carrier SpiceJet Thursday said it will start services from New Delhi to Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh from June 7.