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Spicejet airlines is a no-frills carrier based in Delhi, India.

Book Spicejet tickets

You can book Spicejet airline flight tickets at its website - www.spicejet.com.

Alternatively, you can phone Spicejet at 1800-180-333 or 0987-180-3333.

Onboard meals

Water and snacks are free.

Spicejet airline flight routes

Flights from Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad to Bengaluru

Ahmedabad to Chennai

Ahmedabad to Delhi

Ahmedabad to Goa

Ahmedabad to Hyderabad

Ahmedabad to Jaipur

Ahmedabad to Mumbai

Ahmedabad to Pune

Spicejet aircraft landing

Flights from Bagdogra

Bagdora to Chennai

Bagdora to Delhi

Bagdora to Guwahati

Bagdora to Kolkata

Flights from Bengaluru

Bengaluru to Ahmedabad

Bengaluru to Delhi

Bengaluru to Goa

Bengaluru to Hyderabad

Bengaluru to Kochi

Bengaluru to Kolkata

Bengaluru to Pune

Flights from Chennai

Chennai to Ahmedabad

Chennai to Bagdogra

Chennai to Coimbatore

Chennai to Delhi

Chennai to Hyderabad

Chennai to Jaipur

Chennai to Kolkata

Chennai to Mumbai

Chennai to Port Blair

Chennai to Pune

Spicejet Boeing aircraft

Flights from Coimbatore

Coimbatore to Chennai

Coimbatore to Delhi

Coimbatore to Hyderabad

Coimbatore to Mumbai

Flights from Delhi

Delhi to Ahmedabad

Delhi to Bagdogra

Delhi to Bengaluru

Delhi to Chennai

Delhi to Coimbatore

Delhi to Goa

Delhi to Guwahati

Delhi to Hyderabad

Delhi to Jammu

Delhi to Kochi

Delhi to Kolkata

Delhi to Mumbai

Delhi to Pune

Delhi to Srinagar

Delhi to Varanasi

Flights from Goa

Goa to Bengaluru

Goa to Delhi

Goa to Mumbai

Spicejet Aircraft taking off

Flights from Guwahati

Guwahati to Bagdora

Guwahati to Delhi

Flights from Hyderabad

Hyderabad to Ahmedabad

Hyderabad to Bengaluru

Hyderabad to Chennai

Hyderabad to Coimbatore

Hyderabad to Delhi

Hyderabad to Jaipur

Hyderabad to Kolkata

Hyderabad to Mumbai

Hyderabad to Pune

Flights from Jaipur

Jaipur to Ahmedabad

Jaipur to Chennai

Jaipur to Hyderabad

Jaipur to Mumbai

Flights from Jammu

Jammu to Delhi

Jammu to Srinagar

Flights from Kochi

Kochi to Bengaluru

Kochi to Delhi

Flights from Kolkata

Kolkata to Bagdora

Kolkata to Bengaluru

Kolkata to Chennai

Kolkata to Delhi

Kolkata to Hyderabad

Kolkata to Mumbai

Kolkata to Port Blair

Flights from Mumbai

Mumbai to Ahmedabad

Mumbai to Bengaluru

Mumbai to Chennai

Mumbai to Coimbatore

Mumbai to Delhi

Mumbai to Goa

Mumbai to Hyderabad

Mumbai to Jaipur

Mumbai to Kolkata

Mumbai to Varanasi

Flights from Port Blair

Port Blair to Chennai

Port Blair to Kolkata

Flights from Pune

Pune to Ahmedabad

Pune to Bengaluru

Pune to Chennai

Pune to Delhi

Pune to Hyderabad

Flights from Srinagar

Srinagar to Delhi

Srinagar to Jammu

Flights from Varanasi

Varanasi to Delhi

Varanasi to Mumbai

Spicejet airlines logo on an aircraft

Spicejet airline's management

Chief Executive Officer

Mark Winders


Osman Qureshi


Ajay Singh


Atul Sharma


B. S. Kansagra


Kishore Gupta


Mukkaram Jan


Siddhanta Sharma


Vijay Kumar

A listed company

Spicejet Airline is listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

History of Spicejet Airline

10 Feb 2008

For each return ticket booked on Spicejet Airline's website between the 10th Feb and the 17th Feb, for travel up to the 31st March, Spicejet gives away a scratch card entitling the holder to a gift worth Rs. 5000. Gifts (examples of gifts being given away are holiday packages, digital cameras and air tickets).

29 Jan 2008

Daily flights commence between Bagdogra and Chennai, between Bagdogra and Kolkata and between Bagdogra and Guwahati. There will be 6 weekly flights between Bagdogra and Delhi.

Jan 2008

Captain Banerji, a senior Spicejet pilot is forced to resign, after being caught (on a mobile camera clip shot by the co-pilot whilst on a flight from Delhi to Goa) smoking in the cockpit. India's regulations outlaw smoking on all Indian planes. This is the first complaint received of a pilot smoking in air.

23 Jan 2008

Spicejet Airlines ground staff are sacked as a result of having passed objectionable comments on Monday the 21st Jan 2008 after Swami Avimukteswaranand Saraswati (the successor to the Shankaracharya of Jyotish) and a sanyasi from Shringeri Peeth landed on a Kingfisher Airlines flight from Delhi to Varanasi. As a teenage female Kingfisher Airlines employeee escorted the sanyasis from the airport, the Spicejet Airlines' ground staff made lewd comments towards the teenager. When the the seer protested, the Spicejet employees responded with jeers, enraging his followers.

22 Jan 2008

Spicejet announces plans to purchase 10 Boeing 737-800s, to be delivered from 2011 onwards.

21 Jan 2008

Raj Singh Hooda is handed over to police for molesting 4 flight attendants on a Spicejet flight from Goa to Mumbai, Mumbai to Delhi flight (the incident occured on the Mumbai to Delhi leg of the flight). Hooda was allegedly drunk when he boarded the flight.


Skytrax votes Spicejet as being the best no-frills airline in the Central and South Asia region.

23 May 2007

Spicejet flies its first flight on the Delhi to Ahmedabad to Mumbai route.

May 2005

Spicejet opens shop, offering 9000 seats at Rs. 99 each (for the first 99 days).



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