SpiceJet an Indian low-cost carrier on Monday, April 18 announced the commencement of new and additional non-stop flights on its domestic and international air routes beginning April 26 in a phased manner.
The airline is expanding its domestic and international network with new and additional flights to fulfil existing and emerging demands.
New International Flights
As per the details shared by the airline, it will start operating flights connecting many Indian cities with Oman, Bangladesh and Saudi Arabia starting April 26.
SpiceJet said in a statement that the flights, which will be introduced in a phased manner, will connect Ahmedabad with Muscat, Mumbai with Dhaka, Kozhikode with Jeddah and Riyadh, and Mumbai with Riyadh and Jeddah in Saudi Arabia.
New & Additional Domestic Flights
On the domestic network, new flights from Ahmedabad to Goa, Bagdogra, and Shirdi will be introduced, while Tirupati and Guwahati will be linked to Mumbai.
In addition to this service, SpiceJet added frequencies on the Delhi-Jabalpur, Delhi-Leh, Ahmedabad-Dehradun, Hyderabad-Shirdi, Mumbai-Goa, and Mumbai-Srinagar routes are being increased.
These routes will be served by the airline’s Boeing 737 and Q400 aircraft.
Bookings for all new, additional flights are now available at SpiceJet’s official website, mobile app, and through online travel portals and travel agencies, the airline said in a statement.
Shilpa Bhatia, Chief Commercial Officer, SpiceJet, said;
“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 much-needed boost as many of them are important religious and leisure travel destinations.”