SpiceJet to incorporate 66 new flights in home community


Budget airline SpiceJet announced on Saturday that it will add 66 new flights to its domestic network as of March 28, including additional flights on certain routes.

These new flights, operated on the Boeing 737 and the Bombardier Q400 regional jet, aim to improve connectivity between metro and non-metro cities as part of the expanded network.

“We are very excited to continue expanding our domestic business and adding 66 new flights to our network at the beginning of this summer schedule. As the country’s largest regional operator, the new flights reaffirm our commitment to improving regional connectivity and providing unique connections to many vacation destinations,” said Shilpa Bhatia, SpiceJet’s Chief Commercial Officer.

To support the growing demand for travel from smaller cities, originally connected by SpiceJet as part of the UDAN program, the airline has launched new flights connecting Darbhanga, Durgapur, Jharsuguda, Gwalior and Nashik to some major metropolitan areas, the airline said Airline in a press release with.

The airline will launch new flights in the Ahmedabad-Darbhanga-Ahmedabad, Hyderabad-Darbhanga-Hyderabad, Pune-Darbhanga-Pune and Kolkata-Darbhanga-Kolkata sectors, having previously connected Darbhanga with Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru.

Similarly, Durgapur is now connected to Pune, which SpiceJet already connects to Chennai, Mumbai and Delhi. Jharsuguda will now be connected to Chennai in addition to Delhi, Hyderabad and Kolkata, which SpiceJet already operates on.

While Gwalior, which used to be connected to Hyderabad, Jammu, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Ahmedabad and Delhi, will now also be connected to Pune, it said

After connecting Nashik with Delhi, Hyderabad and Bengaluru, SpiceJet will now also connect the city with Kolkata.

The airline will also be the first to connect Pune with Darbhanga, Durgapur, Gwalior, Jabalpur and Varanasi.

SpiceJet said it will also launch several new flights connecting Srinagar with Ahmedabad, Bengaluru and Kolkata.

In addition, the airline has introduced new daily non-stop flights to Mumbai-Leh, Leh-Srinagar, Srinagar-Mumbai, Hyderabad-Mumbai, Mumbai-Hyderabad, Mumbai-Surat, Surat-Mumbai, Kochi-Pune, Pune-Kochi. Jabalpur-Pune and Pune-Jabalpur routes, said the publication.

The airline will also operate additional frequencies on Delhi-Gorakhpur (2nd frequency), Mumbai-Rajkot (2nd frequency), Chennai-Madurai (2nd frequency), Mumbai-Jaipur (2nd frequency), Bengaluru-Goa ( 2nd frequency), Mumbai-Srinagar (2nd frequency) improve 2nd frequency), Delhi-Rajkot (2nd frequency), Delhi-Srinagar (3rd and 4th frequency), Delhi-Dharamshala (3rd frequency), Mumbai -Goa (3rd and 4th frequency) among many other routes.

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