Currently (Summer 2007), the airline owns 13 aircraft of the type Boeing 737-800; another 17 have been ordered.
The Indian low-cost airline Spice Jet was launched in May 2005 in Delhi. It is one of the many newly established so-called 'no-frills' airlines in India that orient themselves on the largest low-cost carrier Ryanair. The airline's fares are staggered; at the beginning the cheapest tickets were priced at 99 Indian Paisa, which converted to euros amounts to less than one cent.
Spicejet currently serves 14 Indian destinations from its hub in Delhi on a regular basis. Destinations include the cities Ahmedabad, Chennai, Mumbai, Srinagar and Varanasi.