Low-cost carrier SpiceJet on Friday announced that its seaplane services will resume from December 27 after they were temporarily suspended due to mandatory aircraft maintenance.
In October, SpiceJet had launched a seaplane service between Ahmedabad (Sabarmati riverfront) and the Statue of Unity in Kevadia, Gujarat.
The flight service is operated by SpiceJet’s fully-owned subsidiary, Spice Shuttle, and a 15-seater Twin Otter 300 aircraft has been deployed for these flights.
“SpiceShuttle, the fully-owned subsidiary of SpiceJet, will resume its seaplane operations between Ahmedabad’s Sabarmati Riverfront and Kevadia’s Statue of Unity from December 27, 2020 with two daily flights on the route,” a SpiceJet spokesperson said.
“Bookings of the seaplane service for the passengers will open from December 20.