SpiceJet, an Indian low-cost carrier and the second largest airline by the number of domestic passengers carried on Friday, July 19 announced the launch of 26 new domestic and additional flights, including Nashik-Hyderabad and Delhi-Khajuraho under the Indian government’s UDAN scheme, starting July 22.
As per the details shared by the airline, it will introduce direct flights between;
- Varanasi-Ahmedabad and
Apart from the above-mentioned new routes, Spicejet will also increase the frequency of flights between Ahmedabad-Jaipur, Delhi-Hyderabad, Delhi-Dharamshala and Amritsar-Ahmedabad.
SpiceJet New Domestic Flights
SpiceJet’s flights will fly daily from Hyderabad and Delhi to Nashik, Hyderabad to Jammu (one-stop), Mumbai to Guwahati, Vaand ranasi to Ahmedabad, and Kolkata to Jabalpur.
While flights from Mumbai to Jharsuguda in Odisha will run on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, whereas flights from Mumbai to Madurai will operate on all days except Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Flights between Delhi and Hyderabad will be available on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. A daily additional frequency will run between Ahmedabad and Jaipur.
Commenting on the development, SpiceJet Chief Commercial Officer Shilpa Bhatia said;
“Our new UDAN flights are a testimony to our commitment to connect the unconnected parts of the country and cater to rising passenger demand across the country. The new and additional flights have been carefully added keeping passenger convenience in mind and providing them with multiple travel options.”Advertisement
UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Nagarik, or Let the General Public Fly) is a regional connectivity initiative launched by the Centre in 2016 to extend the aviation network by developing airports in smaller cities and making flying affordable for everyone.