Low-cost carrier SpiceJet has announced a number of non-stop flights on both domestic and international routes, staring this December.
SpiceJet will start a daily direct flight on the Ahmedabad-Bangkok sector from 7 December 2017. The carrier will also introduce daily non-stop flights on Jaipur-Jodhpur, Surat-Jodhpur, Ahmedabad-Varanasi and Bengaluru-Bagdogra sectors.
Additionally, SpiceJet also launched additional frequencies on Bengaluru-Ahmedabad, Bengaluru-Kolkata, Chennai–Goa and Surat–Goa sectors and a seasonal non-stop flight on the Delhi-Port Blair route.
''Adding new flights, new frequencies, scaling up operations and enhancing our overall network will remain a constant endeavour for us at SpiceJet as we eye new growth markets. The slew of new flights will be a delight for our customers across metro and non-metro cities offering additional flying options and travel flexibility,'' Shilpa Bhatia, Chief Sales & Revenue Officer SpiceJet, said.
It will also start operations on the Ahmedabad-Varanasi route from 7 December, which will be operational on all days except Sunday. The airline will also launch a new daily direct flight on the Ahmedabad-Bengaluru route from December 1.
SpiceJet will launch two direct flights from Bengaluru, effective 1 December. The airline will be operating an additional frequency on the Bengaluru-Kolkata route and it has added a new flight on the Bengaluru-Bagdogra route.
While the airline will be operating a daily flight on the Bengaluru-Kolkata, the new flight on the Bengaluru-Bagdogra route will be operational on all days except Tuesday.
The new flights introduced on the Goa-Chennai, Surat-Goa, Jaipur-Jodhpur and Jodhpur-Surat routes will be operational on all days from 7 December and the airline will be deploying its Q400 fleet on these routes.
However on the Delhi-Port Blair seasonal route, SpiceJet will be deploying its Boeing fleet with the new flight being operational daily effective from 10 December, 2017 to 9 February 2018.