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SpiceJet announces additional international and domestic flights

Updated on: 18 April,2022 06:03 PM IST  |  Mumbai
Nidhi Lodaya | nidhi.lodaya@mid-day.com

These additional non-stop flight services will be starting from April 26 in a phased manner

SpiceJet announces additional international and domestic flights

SpiceJet aircraft. File Pic

In order to strengthen its domestic and international network, SpiceJet announced the launch of its additional non-stop flights. The airline has added new flights to its schedule including two industry-first flights, new domestic and international flights and additional frequencies. These non-stop flights will be starting from April 26, 2022, in a phased manner.

The airline will be introducing international flights between Ahmedabad–Muscat, Kozhikode-Jeddah, Kozhikode-Riyadh, Mumbai-Dhaka, Mumbai-Riyadh and Mumbai-Jeddah. These new routes aim to bridge the gap between the current and emerging demands. Apart from this, the airline will also be launching new domestic flights on the routes between Ahmedabad-Goa, Ahmedabad-Bagdogra, Ahmedabad-Shirdi, Mumbai-Tirupati and Mumbai-Guwahati.

“With the economy reviving from the pandemic slump, this will help us to enhance our presence in the aviation industry domestically as well as globally. The flights announced today include a mix of industry-first, new routes and enhanced frequencies covering both domestic and international destinations. Along with enhancing convenience for general travellers, tourism and local economy on these routes will get a much-needed boost as many of them are important religious and leisure travel destinations,” said Shilpa Bhatia, Chief Commercial Officer, SpiceJet.

SpiceJet is also going to enhance frequencies on Delhi-Jabalpur, Delhi-Leh, Ahmedabad-Dehradun, Hyderabad-Shirdi, Mumbai-Goa and Mumbai-Srinagar routes. The airline also introduced the launch of the industry-first flight in the Delhi-Porbander-Delhi sector. The airline’s Boeing 737 and Q400 aircraft will be deployed on these routes.

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