Guru Gram: Low-cost airline SpiceJet has announced the launch of 20 new domestic flights, which will start operating on March 29. The new flights are operated daily on routes such as Guwahati-Patna, Hyderabad-Mangaluru, Bengaluru-Jabalpur, Patna-Varanasi and Mumbai. Aurangabad.
"In line with SpiceJet's commitment to improve regional connectivity, the airline will be the country's first and only airline to offer non-stop flights on the UDAN (Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik) routes from Varanasi-Patna and Amritsar "Patna," said an official statement.
With these new services, the airline will now operate a total of 52 flights connecting 12 cities under the regional connectivity scheme. Spicejet said it will also improve its activities with additional frequencies on the Mumbai-Bagdogra, Mumbai-Chennai, Hyderabad-Mangaluru and Guwahati-Delhi routes.
"As we expand our network to include newer cities and flights and offer more and more people affordable air travel, our focus remains on connecting the unconnected parts of the country and improving connectivity between subways and non-subways," said Chief Commercial Officer Shilpa Bhatia.
SpiceJet will use a mix of Boeing 737-800 and Bombardier Q400 aircraft on these routes.