SpiceJet has decided to start new domestic flights. The company is going to start 20 flights on the domestic network from December 5. The company has given information about this on Tuesday.
New Delhi: SpiceJet has decided to start new domestic flights. The company is going to start 20 flights on the domestic network from December 5. The company has given information about this on Tuesday. The company announced to connect its latest domestic aircraft to Ranchi. Let us tell you that SpiceJet has announced to run this flight to connect the capital of Jharkhand with the major metros of Delhi and Mumbai. These will be non stop flights.
These cities will also connect
you. Let us tell you that the airline will operate daily flights on Delhi-Ranchi-Delhi sector and Mumbai-Ranchi-Mumbai sector. In addition, SpiceJet will connect Shirdi, a major pilgrimage center in Maharashtra, with new daily non-stop flights with Delhi, Bangalore and Hyderabad.
Much A Flight Will Run For Ahmedabad
The airline has also introduced a host of new flights connecting Ahmedabad. These flights will operate in Ahmedabad-Jammu-Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad-Guwahati-Ahmedabad and Ahmedabad-Kochi-Ahmedabad sectors.
All day flights will fly,
let us know that flights between Ahmedabad and Kochi will operate daily. Flights on the Ahmedabad-Jammu-Ahmedabad sector will operate on all days except Sundays while flights in Ahmedabad-Guwahati-Ahmedabad will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Hardeep Puri tweeted and
told you the information, Union Minister of Aviation Hardeep Puri tweeted that flight flights have started again from May 25, 2020. Since the start of flying, the number of daily domestic passengers has crossed 2.52 lakh.
The tweet also shared an infographic with this tweet, according to which a total of 2027 flights departed (departures) and 2028 arrived in the country till 11.59 pm on 30 November. Of these, 2,52,374 passengers took flights for departure, while 2,56,630 took flights. A total of 4,055 activities were recorded, while 5,09,004 footfalls were recorded at airports.