42 new SpiceJet Flights to begin between July 10 and July 30

42 new SpiceJet Flights to begin between July 10 and July 30

The flights will be both domestic and international and will connect a lot of important cities in India.
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Flights from Surat to Jabalpur, Pune and Jaipur are some of the few new sectors of SpiceJet.

The new flights will prove to be extremely convenient for the businessmen. 

Aviation sector has also witnessed a tough time in the pandemic era. With the surge in covid cases, many flights were almost grounded as there wasn’t a reasonable amount of traffic and it seemed like the aviation industry would also need a miracle to get back to tracks as tourism had also come to a standstill.

Now with the changing scene and with the covid scene improving to a great extent, it is being expected that the airline industry will get back on tracks. Since the lockdown has been eased and people have started travelling again, Spice Jet is going to launch 42 new flights which includes domestic and international both. The new flights are likely to be launched between July 10 and July 30.

SpiceJet is about to begin flights from Surat to Jabalpur, Pune, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Bengaluru. The airline will also connect Gwalior with Mumbai, Pune and Ahmedabad. The flights from Gwalior will be non-stop return flights.

The other sectors on which SpiceJet introduced flights for the first time are Kolkata-Patna, Patna-Surat, Surat-Patna, Patna-Kolkata, Ahmedabad Udaipur, Udaipur-Ahmedabad and Bengaluru-Kochi. The airline will also put additional frequencies between Delhi-Leh, Jaipur-Ahmedabad, Delhi-Srinagar, Kolkata-Chennai, Ahmedabad-Pune, Patna-Bengaluru, among others.

International sectors of Spice Jet to be launched are Kochi-Male and Mumbai-Male.

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