Chairman Ajay Singh has confirmed to Bloomberg that SpiceJet will dry-lease 11 737-800s and 737-900s to cover the peak summer months. “(Wet-lease planes) are more expensive than the dry-lease ones. They also have issues of longer turnaround time. We cannot utilise them like the dry-lease planes. In some cases, the on-time performance gets impacted,” he said.
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