SpiceJet has introduced ten new flights on its domestic network. Starting June 16, the low-cost carrier will be operating direct flights between Chennai- Mangaluru, Chennai-Kozhikode, and Bengaluru-Kozhikode. In addition, flight services between Hyderabad and Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh will be commencing from May 25.
|Flight No.||Departure||Arrival||Time of Departure||Time of Arrival||Days of Operation||Effective|
|SG-1267||Hyderabad||Rajahmundry||1855||2005||Daily except Saturday||May 25|
|SG-1268||Rajahmundry||Hyderabad||2025||2125||Daily except Saturday||May 25|
|SG-3527||Chennai||Kozhikode||1535||1705||Daily except Tuesday||June 16|
|SG-3528||Kozhikode||Chennai||2040||2220||Daily except Tuesday||June 16|
|SG-3530||Bengaluru||Kozhikode||1915||2020||Daily except Tuesday||June 16|
|SG-3529||Kozhikode||Bengaluru||1720||1825||Daily except Tuesday||June 16|
SpiceJet will be using its Bombardier Q-400 aircraft on these routes. With the launch of these additional frequencies, the airline aims to strengthen its network down south.
Shilpa Bhatia, chief sales and revenue officer of SpiceJet says, “SpiceJet is on the path of a major fleet expansion which means new routes and destinations for our customers. We have introduced evening flights on key sectors which will operate in addition to the existing morning flights and help business travellers conveniently plan same-day trips.” spicejet.com