Gurgaon: SpiceJet, the country’s favourite low-cost carrier, today announced that it achieved the highest Passenger Load Factor (PLF) yet again for September, as per the DGCA statistics. The PLF figure for the month of September stood at 93%. PLF is a measure of aircraft seats utilization, it measures the percentage of seats filled.
This is the sixth month in a row the airline has topped the charts in terms of PLF. It is also the fifth consecutive month SpiceJet has maintained a PLF of over 90%, a feat unparalleled among its peers.
The airline has also remarkably bettered its OTP (On-time Performance) over the past few months and its OTP for the month of September 2015 stands at 85.1% as computed for its operations across the four metro airports of Bangalore Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai
Shilpa Bhatia, Senior VP and Head of Sales and Distribution, SpiceJet, said “We continue to deliver strong performance despite September normally being a weaker quarter. Our On-Time Performance has also shown a significant improvement over the past few months. We are confident that our new winter schedule will witness the load factors and customer confidence trending in the right direction.”
Recently SpiceJet was honored as the ‘Best Airline’ by West India Travel Awards. The awards were presented to achievers from different segments of the industry in West India such as Aviation, Domestic and International Tourism Boards, Hotels and Resorts, Travel Agents, Tour Operators and Technology. The winners of the awards were defined by a fair and unbiased selection process done through online voting and judgement by a panel of jury consisting of the travel industry luminaries.
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