Around 38 new domestic and international flights will be resumed by Spicejet during September 15 to September 25, according to an announcement made by the airline. It has started the flights on routes- Delhi-Surat-Delhi, Bengaluru-Varanasi-Bengaluru, Mumbai-Jaipur-Mumbai, Mumbai-Jharsuguda-Mumbai, Chennai-Pune-Chennai, Chennai-Jaipur-Chennai, and the Chennai-Varanasi-Chennai.
Flights will also be starting to and from Dubai. The flight will be connected with cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Kochi, Kozhikode, Amritsar and Mangaluru.
“We are happy to announce the launch of 38 new domestic and international flights on our network,” Ajay Singh, chairman and managing director, SpiceJet, said. He said that this will ensure a revival in the whole aviation sector and not just the company.
The airline will for the first time connect Visakhapatnam with Mumbai, Udaipur with Chennai, and Delhi with Male. Singh said that he is optimistic that these routes will perform well.
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