Bangalore, Nov 10 (UNI) Low cost airliner SpiceJet has bagged the Frost and Sullivan 'Emerging Company Award for Indian Commercial Aviation' for the year 2008.
As a low-cost carrier that commenced operations in 2005, Spicejet has built a reputation for low fares with high customer value offering and capturing a market share of 10.5 per cent.
The award would be handed over formally in London at a special ceremony on November 20.
This annual award is presented to a company that has emerged as a significant player within its industry by exhibiting good management, market growth and customer service, a company release said here today.
Commenting on the award, Bhulo Kansagra, Director, SpiceJet said, the award reflected the consumer's faith in the company's services.
SpiceJet fly around 100 flights daily covering 17 destinations.
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