Indian budget carrier SpiceJet is to roll out SpiceBiz, it’s all new business class offering, from May 11.

Initially, the new business-class seating will be available on select routes such as Delhi-Mumbai-Delhi, Delhi-Patna-Delhi, Delhi-Bangalore-Delhi, Hyderabad-Mumbai-Hyderabad, Mumbai-Kolkata-Mumbai, Mumbai-Guwahati-Mumbai, Mumbai-Jaipur-Mumbai, Delhi-Hyderabad-Delhi, Kolkata-Chennai-Kolkata, Mumbai-Varanasi-Mumbai, Mumbai-Chennai-Mumbai, Delhi-Bagdogra-Delhi, Mumbai-Coimbatore-Mumbai, Delhi–Kolkata-Delhi, Delhi–Jammu–Delhi, Mumbai–Dehradun–Mumbai, Mumbai–Kochi–Mumbai, Mumbai–Gorakhpur–Mumbai, Mumbai–Durgapur–Mumbai, Kolkata–Port Blair–Kolkata, Kolkata–Pune–Kolkata, Jammu–Srinagar–Jammu  operated by the Boeing 737.

SpiceBiz will also be available on select international routes.

The business class cabin will come with a 43-inch seat pitch and 7-inch recline. Some SpiceBiz offerings include priority checkin and boarding, lounge access, enhanced baggage allowance, and gourmet meals. There will also be a dedicated cabin crew for the business class passengers.

Passengers travelling in business class will be entitled with a baggage allowance of 30 kg and hand baggage allowance for up to 10 kg excluding laptops. Other facilities include dedicated coaches for SpiceBiz passengers, refreshing welcome drinks and pre-meal drinks, along with a 3-course meal.

Ajay Singh, Chairman & Managing Director, SpiceJet said, “We are very excited to roll out our all new business class product. There is a huge demand for business class in India and we believe that our business class product, with its right pricing and the best in-class features and services, will be much appreciated by passengers.

“We at SpiceJet have always tried to innovate and provide our customers a memorable flying experience and our new business class offering is yet another step in that direction.”

Natasha Nitturkar