The airline's operations and subsidiaries have scheduled passenger and cargo services
to more than 190 destinations in more than 60 countries worldwide including codeshares
and joint ventures. Cathay Pacific operates a fleet consisting of Airbus A330, Airbus A350
and Boeing 777 wide-body aircraft.
The airline operates 312 daily flights to 55 destinations, including 47 Indian and 7 international
destinations from its hubs at Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Hyderabad.
Established as air taxi provider ModiLuft in 1994, the company was acquired by Indian entrepreneur Ajay Singh in 2004 and re-christened as SpiceJet.
The airline operated its first flight in May 2005. Indian media baron Kalanidhi Maran acquired a controlling stake in SpiceJet in
June 2010 through Sun Group which was sold back to Ajay Singh in January 2015. The airline operates a fleet of Boeing 737 and Bombardier Dash 8 aircraft.
As of November 2019, SpiceJet operates 306 flights daily to 35 Indian and 6 international destinations. It operates hubs at Delhi and Hyderabad,
which is the primary base for its fleet of Bombardier Q400 aircraft. After completing five years of flying, SpiceJet was allowed to commence
international flights by Directorate General of Civil Aviation on 7 September 2010. SpiceJet launched flights from Delhi to Kathmandu and Chennai
to Colombo and the first international flight took off on 7 October 2010 from Delhi.