Mumbai, Jul 29: Shares of budget carrier SpiceJet rose 6.5 per cent today after the company posted second straight quarterly profit at Rs 71.8 crore for the three months ended June, 2015. The stock gained 6.57 per cent to Rs 28.35 — its 52-week high — at the BSE. In the previous session also, the stock had gained nearly 6 per cent. (Read:  SpiceJet posts Rs 72 crore quarterly profit on lower expenses) Also Read - International Flight News: Fly to Maldives Directly From THIS City | Check New Flights by Air India, Vistara, SpiceJet

SpiceJet, which was on the verge of closure late last year, yesterday posted second straight quarterly profit at Rs 71.8 crore for the three months ended June, 2015 on lower expenses and higher seat occupancy. Announcing the quarterly earnings, the Gurgaon-based airline also said it plans to buy new aircraft for fleet expansion. Also Read - Baggage Delivery Delayed at Mumbai Airport as SpiceJet Loaders go on Strike Due to Salary Cut

The low-cost carrier had posted a net loss of Rs 124.1 crore in the April-June quarter of 2014-15 fiscal. Snapping seven-straight quarters of loss, the budget carrier returned to the black with a Rs 22.1 crore net profit in the three months ended March, 2015 after original promoter Ajay Singh took control. Also Read - SpiceJet Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Kolkata After Pilot Reports Cabin Fire