Sunday's no-frills airline SpiceJet announced the induction of a Boeing 737 that takes its fleet size to 100 aircraft.
SpiceJet is the fourth domestic airline to obtain feat after the national airline Air India, now completed Jet Airways and Rival IndiGo.
Eight domestic airlines – Air India, IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir, Air India Express, Vistara, AirAsia and Alliance currently have 595 aircraft in their fleet.
SpiceJet in one edition said it added about 23 aircraft in the last one month alone.
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The Gurugram-based budget carrier now has 68 Boeing 737's, 30 Bombardier Q-400s and two B737 carriers.
Currently, the airline operates 575 daily flights on average to 62 destinations 53 domestic and
SpiceJet is a key player in the Union's regional access network UDAN, operating 42 flights a day to and from various regional destinations, added it.
"SpiceJet has added 23 planes and over a hundred new aircraft, most of them linking the main metro stations in Mumbai and Delhi in just over a month's time," the airline said.
Of the 595 aircraft, IndiGo 230, Air India 128 and SpiceJet 100.
Jet Airways, which ceased operations around the middle of last month, had 120 aircraft in its fleet before embarking.
In addition, GoAir 49 aircraft, Air India Express 25, Vistara 22 and AirAsia India have 21 aircraft in their fleet.
Alliance Air, Air India's regional subsidiary, has 20 ATR's for operations.
In 2015, SpiceJet had placed an order of 205 billion. USD for 205 aircraft with Boeing and had followed up with $ 1.7 billion. USD for 50 bombardier Q400 aircraft.