SpiceJet will also be operating additional flights between Delhi-Patna, Bengaluru-Rajahmundry and Mumbai-Bengaluru.
Flight Schedules are:
|Flight No.||Departure||Arrival||Time of Departure||Time of Arrival||Frequency|
|SG 376||Patna||Pune||0955||1225||Daily except Saturday|
|SG 375||Pune||Patna||1310||1540||Daily except Saturday|
|SG 1215||Hyderabad||Calicut||1100||1245||Daily except Tuesday|
|SG 1216||Calicut||Hyderabad||1305||1450||Daily except Tuesday|
|SG 3467||Bengaluru||Tuticorin||1415||1530||Daily except Tuesday|
|SG 3468||Tuticorin||Bengaluru||1600||1715||Daily except Tuesday|
|SG 3465||Bengaluru||Rajahmundry||0930||1110||Daily except Tuesday|
|SG 3466||Rajahmundry||Bengaluru||1130||1305||Daily except Tuesday|
SpiceJet will be deploying its fleet of Boeing 737 and Bombardier Q-400 aircraft on these routes. With the new services, the airline aims to strengthen air connectivity across South and West India.
Shilpa Bhatia, chief sales and revenue officer, SpiceJet said, “We are rapidly expanding our fleet with new Boeing 737 aircraft and Q400 regional turboprops. This means the addition of new routes and destinations for our customers with non-stop flights. Reiterating SpiceJet’s commitment to ‘direct connectivity’ the new flights will offer great synergies for travel from non-metros and small cities to a host of destinations on the domestic and international network via multiple onward connections.”spicejet.com