The Tuesday's incident was the second involving a Max plane of the SpiceJet in the last five months.
Earlier this week, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) barred 90 SpiceJet pilots from operating Boeing 737 Max aircraft after finding them not properly trained.
The pilots will have to undergo training again, in a proper manner, on the Max simulator.
The airline's Boeing 737 MAX returned into operations and the airline termed the settlement with Boeing a significant event during the December quarter.
The carrier is looking to have 18 planes in its fleet by the end of March 2023, its first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
This probe and technical snags comes less than a month after SpiceJet restarted operations of its Boeing 737 MAX aircraft after a gap of around two-and-a-half years.
Investigators blamed a computer system that pushed the plane’s nose downward in flight and couldn’t be overridden by pilots.
Budget airline SpiceJet, on Tuesday recommenced flight services on Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
SpiceJet, the only operator of the 737 MAX in the country, had signed a $22 billion deal with Boeing for up to 205 aircraft in 2017 and has 13 of these planes in its fleet at present.
SpiceJet's fleet of 13 Max aircraft has not operated any commercial flight since March 2019 when the plane was grounded worldwide.
Boeing has also agreed to hire a mediator to handle internal issues and appoint a board representative with aviation safety experience.
The airline had stated on August 26 that it has agreed to a settlement with Avolon, another major lessor of this aircraft.
Currently, in India, only SpiceJet airline has Boeing 737 Max aircraft in its fleet.
Aircraft manufacturer Boeing has been modifying the 737 Max plane since March 2019 so that various countries' regulators, including the DGCA, permit its passenger flight operations again.
Aviation regulators in the US and Europe have already approved the aircraft for flying with extensive fixes.