Currently, the airline owns 64 Boeing 737 aircraft and 32 De Havilland DHC-8 aircraft.
The Indian low-cost airline Spice Jet was founded in 2004 as Royal Airways in New Delhi. It is one of the numerous newly founded so-called "no-frills" airlines in India, like the largest low-cost carrier Ryanair. The airline's fares are staggered, and the low-cost tickets were available for as little as 99 Indian paisa, which is less than one euro.
Currently, SpiceJet's route network comprises more than 50 domestic and 12 international destinations, which are regularly served from the home airport in New Delhi as well as from the other hubs in Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai. These include Bangalore, Goa, Jaipur, Madurai, Pune and Varanasi within India, and Dhaka, Dubai, Muscat, Colombo, Male and Jeddah internationally.