SpiceJet today announced that it will launch (or has launched) 38 new domestic and international flights.
The airline today launched exclusive nonstop flights between Mumbai and Visakhapatnam. The first flight from Visakhapatnam to Mumbai was flagged off by Jyotiraditya Scindia, Union Minister of Civil Aviation.
Tomorrow (16th September 2021), SpiceJet will launch 4-weekly nonstop flights between Delhi, India’s capital and Malé, Maldives’ capital. On 18th September 2021, the Delhi-based carrier will launch 3-weekly nonstop flights between Chennai and Udaipur.
SpiceJet will also fly on the following routes:
- Delhi-Surat-Delhi (daily)
- Bengaluru-Varanasi-Bengaluru (3-weekly)
- Mumbai-Jaipur-Mumbai (3-weekly)
- Mumbai-Jharsuguda-Mumbai (3-weekly)
- Chennai-Pune-Chennai (4-weekly)
- Chennai-Jaipur-Chennai (3-weekly)
- Chennai-Varanasi-Chennai (3-weekly)
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SpiceJet will increase frequencies on the following routes:
- Mumbai-Kishangarh (Ajmer)-Mumbai
In addition to this, the airline will resume flights to Dubai from Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Kochi, Kozhikode, Amritsar and Mangaluru.
Ajay Singh, Managing Director, SpiceJet, said:
We are happy to announce the launch of 38 new domestic and international flights on our network. The launch of these new flights is a sign of steady revival not just for us, but for the entire aviation industry. SpiceJet will be connecting Visakhapatnam with Mumbai, Udaipur with Chennai and Delhi with Male for the first time on its network and we expect these routes to do very well. Our new flights will ensure better, easy and seamless connectivity catering especially to the huge demand during the upcoming festive season. SpiceJet will keep enhancing air connectivity by launching new flights that can support the gradual comeback of Indian aviation to pre-pandemic levels
SpiceJet will deploy a mix of Boeing B737 and Bombardier Q400 aircraft on these routes. Bookings are now open on http://www.spicejet.com, SpiceJet’s mobile app and through online travel portals and travel agents.
Meanwhile, SpiceJet recently announced 42 new domestic and international flights including flights to Maldives as the country is now welcoming travellers from India. The airline has also announced flights from Hyderabad to Kochi; from Hyderabad to Visakhapatnam and Guwahati and between Belagavi and Delhi. SpiceJet yesterday announced five new flights from Guwahati. A few days ago, the airline announced 10 new flights including flights between Bhavnagar and Surat. SpiceJet passengers can now book airport transfers inflight on Spicescreen. The airline has also started trials of the IATA Travel Pass on the Mumbai-Male-Mumbai route and has launched flights between Ahmedabad and Amritsar. SpiceJet has also resumed flights between Ahmedabad and Dubai.
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