No-frills provider SpiceJet on Wednesday said it will start twenty new flights on its domestic routes, which include some expert services below the government’s regional connectivity plan, Udan, from late upcoming thirty day period as portion of the airline’s summer season agenda.
The new flights, starting from March 29, include expert services to Patna from Amritsar, Varanasi and Guwahati. Moreover, it will also start flights on Hyderabad-Mangaluru, Bengaluru-Jabalpur and Mumbai-Aurangabad routes, all below the Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS), for the initial time on its network, the airline said in a launch.
The new expert services will fly day-to-day and will be operated by a mix of Boeing 737-800 and Bombardier Q400 plane, it mentioned.
These expert services will greatly enhance connectivity between vital metros and smaller cities, it said.
With the commencement of these new flights, the airline will have a complete of fifty two flights connecting 12 cities below the RCS plan, SpiceJet said.
“We are enthusiastic to announce the start of twenty new domestic flights. As we incorporate newer cities and flights to our network, our concentrate stays firmly on connecting the unconnected pieces of the region aside from improving connectivity between metros and non-metros,” SpiceJet Main Business Officer Shilpa Bhatia was quoted as saying in the launch.
SpiceJet said it will also greatly enhance its functions with supplemental frequencies on the Mumbai-Bagdogra and Mumbai-Chennai routes with the addition of a next and fifth flight, respectively..
The Hyderabad-Mangaluru and Guwahati-Delhi sectors would also have an supplemental flight in the summer season agenda.