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SpiceJet will launch 26 new domestic flights, from July 22

by Rishika Choudhury

Date & Time: Jul 20, 2022 6:00 PM

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In accordance with the government's UDAN programme, low-cost carrier SpiceJet announced on July 19 the commencement of 26 new domestic and additional flights, including Nashik-Hyderabad and Delhi-Khajuraho, beginning on July 22.

According to a statement from SpiceJet, the airline will increase the frequency between Ahmedabad-Jaipur, Delhi-Hyderabad, Delhi-Dharamshala, and Amritsar-Ahmedabad in addition to adding direct flights from Delhi, Hyderabad to Jammu, Mumbai to Guwahati, Jharsuguda, and Madurai, Varanasi to Ahmedabad, and Kolkata to Jabalpur.

Connect the unconnected parts of the country

''Our new UDAN flights are a testimony to our commitment to connect the unconnected parts of the country and cater to rising passenger demand across the country. The new and additional flights have been carefully added keeping passenger convenience in mind and provide them with multiple travel options,'' SpiceJet Chief Commercial Officer Shilpa Bhatia said.

UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Nagarik, or let the general public fly), a regional connectivity initiative by the Center to construct airports in smaller cities while keeping flight costs reasonable, was introduced in 2016.

Schedule of flights

The flights from Hyderabad and Delhi to Nashik, Hyderabad to Jammu (one-stop), Mumbai to Guwahati, Varanasi to Ahmedabad and Kolkata to Jabalpur will operate daily.

While flights from Mumbai to Jharsuguda in Odisha will operate on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, flights between Mumbai and Madurai will operate on all days except Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

The flights between Delhi and Hyderabad will operated on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Additional frequency between Ahmedabad-Jaipur will operate daily, according to SpiceJet.

The airline’s Boeing 737 and Q400 aircraft will be deployed on these routes. Ticket bookings across these routes are open on www.spicejet.com, SpiceJet's mobile app and through the online travel portals and 
travel agents.

In recent days, SpiceJet and rival IndiGo have reported a string of incidents due to technical malfunctions. Civil aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had also issued a show-cause 
notice to SpiceJet on July 6 after eight such reported incidents.

The aviation regulator said the budget carrier had "failed" to establish safe, efficient and reliable air services.

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