SpiceJet Ups Its International Services
By Meghna On 13 Jul, 2012 At 12:46 PM | Categorized As India, The Business of Travel | With 0 Comments

Low cost airlines SpiceJet recently unveiled its plans to expand its aircraft fleet to a total of 50, with the addition of 6 new flights to international destinations. Flights to Kabul (Afghanistan), Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), China, Hong Kong, Bangkok and Male (Maldives ) will be launched this year by October-end.  The airlines is putting in a special effort to connect to these countries from non-metro cities in India.

SpiceJet will also be expanding its services in the northern region of the country  by connecting Chandigarh, Amritsar and Srinagar to Delhi. The carrier will also connect  the cities of Dehradun and Indore to Delhi on its network in coming days.  With this launch, SpiceJet will its have presence at 37 domestic airports.

The existing international SpiceJet operations include flights to Colombo, Kathmandu and Dubai. Headquartered in Chennai, the USP of this airlines is its low cost pricing and efficient service.


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