Posted on: 24 May 2019 by Glenn Sands
BOC Aviation Limited announced that it had placed three Boeing 737-800NG aircraft with Indian carrier SpiceJet, the last of which was delivered this week.
SpiceJet is a major low-fare Indian airline which operates 569 daily flights to 62 destinations, including 53 domestic and nine international destinations. The airline has a fleet of 65 Boeing 737s, 30 Bombardier Q400s and two 737s in a freight configuration.
Robert Martin, managing director and CEO of BOC Aviation said: “We are pleased to extend our relationship with SpiceJet, and support its expansion in the vibrant Indian market. India has been one of the most rapidly growing major airline markets in the world and SpiceJet is well-placed to capitalise on this trend.”