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SpiceJet steps forward to the aid of drought-hit Maharashtra
Adopts 11 Latur villages commemorating its 11 years of flying!

Gurgaon, 24 May, 2016: At a time when Maharashtra is combating with severe drought conditions, SpiceJet, India’s favourite budget airline has stepped in to pledge help and relief to 11 villages in Latur, an initiative to commemorate its 11 years of flying.

The airline, co-partnering the voluntary organization "AnybodyCanHelp" will organise, coordinate and execute the supply of approximately 71,500 liters to 11 villages per day across Ausa Taluka in Latur district. Under the initiative, water tankers braced with SpiceJet logo will undertake the exercise for the whole of the month starting from 23rd May 2016 until 23rd June 2016.

Mr. Ajay Singh, CMD SpiceJet, said “We are delighted to celebrate our 11th anniversary by lending a helping hand. The initiative makes this anniversary very special for all of us at SpiceJet.”

Ms. Sonal Shah Kamdar – Convener, AnybodyCanHelp said “We would like to thank SpiceJet for coming forward to support this noble cause. It is a great gesture, and a great source of inspiration for the others to be involved in activities of similar nature.”

About SpiceJet Ltd:

SpiceJet is India’s #2 budget airline that has made flying more affordable for more Indians than ever before. SpiceJet operates 306 daily flights to 41 destinations, including 35 domestic and 6 international ones. SpiceJet connects its network with a fleet of 26 Boeing 737NG and 3 Airbus A320/ A 319 family aircraft along with 14 Bombardier Q-400s. The majority of SpiceJet’s fleet offers SpiceMAX, the most spacious economy class seating in India and perhaps the world, as an additional fee option.