Fleet

SpiceJet has chosen fleets which allows for greater efficiency in maintenance, and supports the low-cost structure.

SpiceJet has opted for the new-generation Boeing 737-800s with winglets and Boeing 737-900ER. These aircraft allow for safe, comfortable and efficient flying and are ideally suited for short to medium-haul flights in Indian conditions. Bombardier Q400 designed for short haul routes, these aircrafts are known for their fuel efficiency and comfort. These new turboprop airliners are the next step in the continuing evolution of Indian aviation. The Q400 aircraft is the most technologically advance turboprop airliner.

BOEING 737-900ER TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

SpiceJet's aircraft fleet demonstration
Aircraft Boeing 737-900
Total in Service 5
Seats 212
Engines CFM 56-7B26
Cruising Speed 0.78MACH
Length 42.1M
Height 12.50M
Wheel Base 17.2M
Maximum Fuel Capacity 20500Kgs

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BOEING 737-800 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

SpiceJet's aircraft fleet demonstration
Aircraft Boeing 737-800
Total in Service 30
Seats 189
Engines CFM 56-7B24
Cruising Speed 0.78MACH
Length 39.5M
Height 12.50M
Wheel Base 15.6M
Maximum Fuel Capacity 20500Kgs

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BOMBARDIER Q400 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

SpiceJet's Bombardier - Q400
Aircraft Q-400
Total in Service 15
Seats 78
Engines PW-150A
Cruising Speed 0.65MACH
Length 32.83M
Height 8.34M
Wheel Base 13.94M
Maximum Fuel Capacity 5100Kgs

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