Spicejet adds 21 new flights connecting metro and non-metro areas, in India

SpiceJet just released 21 new domestic and international flights, aimed at rising connectivity in between metropolitan metropolitan areas and non-metros, and catering to company travellers as effectively as leisure travellers.

SpiceJet intends to get started products and services from January 12, 2021.

On the domestic front, there are non-prevent every day flights connecting Hyderabad to Vishakhapatnam, Tirupati, and Vijayawada. A few among the new flights to be introduced, will be connecting Jharsuguda in Odisha to the towns of Mumbai and Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Kolkata as nicely.

A B737 aircraft will be running as a substitute of the Q400 plane on the Delhi-Jharsuguda route.

SpiceJet is the to start with airline service to link Jharsuguda with metro destinations.

An addition to the timetable are flights on the Mumbai-Porbandar, Bengaluru-Belgavi, Kolkata-Kochi and Kochi-Delhi sectors.

Although the frequency of Delhi-Jalandhar-Delhi sector has been modified to day-to-day. A 3rd frequency is anticipated to be added to the Delhi-Dharamshala-Delhi sector. Even though an worldwide flight connecting Mumbai to Ras Al-Khaimah will be began on a two-weekly basis from mid-January.

The presently present flight connecting Delhi to Ras Al-Khaimah will be upgraded to 4 flights a week.

The introduction of new flights on more varied routes is a phase towards strengthening the aviation sector and boosting air travel.