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Budget passenger carrier SpiceJet on Tuesday said that it will operate eight new domestic flights during the upcoming winter schedule effective from November 15, 2016.
"Our new winter schedule strikes the right balance with equal emphasis on metro and non-metro connectivity," said Shilpa Bhatia, Senior Vice President, Commercial, SpiceJet.
The airline will operate new flights such as Ahmedabad-Goa and Guwahati-Chennai amongst others.
The airline has also inducted three Boeing 737-800s.
"The induction of three new aircraft will cater to the enhanced seasonal demand whilst offering flexibility to customers with more flight options to choose from," Bhatia said.
Currently, SpiceJet operates 316 daily flights to 44 destinations, including 38 domestic and six international. It has a fleet of 29 Boeing 737NG and 14 Bombardier Q-400s.
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