The new flights, to be launched launched between December 1 and December 10, will boost leisure and business travel in the upcoming holiday season, the budget carrier said in a release today.
The Gurgaon-based private carrier currently operates 384 average daily flights to 52 destinations - 45 domestic and 7 international.
The airline will also introduce daily non-stop flights on the Jaipur-Jodhpur, Surat-Jodhpur, Ahmedabad-Varanasi and Bengaluru-Bagdogra sectors, besides introducing services to Varanasi from Ahmedabad from December 7, the release said.
A seasonal non-stop direct flight on the Delhi-Port Blair sector is also being rolled out from December 10 to February 9 next year. The route will be serviced with a Boeing 737 plane, it said.
"Adding new flights, new frequencies, scaling up operations and enhancing our overall network will remain a constant endeavour for us at SpiceJet as we eye new growth markets," said SpiceJet chief sales and revenue officer Shilpa Bhatia.
While the flight on the Ahmedabad-Varanasi route will be operational on all days except Sunday, the airline will be operating a daily flight on the Ahmedabad-Bangkok route.
The airline will also launch a new daily direct flight on the Ahmedabad-Bengaluru route from December 1, thereby connecting the financial capital of Gujarat with other domestic and international destinations, it said.
SpiceJet will be operating an additional frequency on the Bengaluru-Kolkata route and has added a new flight on the Bengaluru-Bagdogra route, it said.
The Bengaluru-Bagdogra route will be operational on all days except Tuesday.
The new flights introduced on the Goa-Chennai, Surat- Goa, Jaipur-Jodhpur and Jodhpur-Surat routes will be operational on all days starting December 7 with the Q400 fleet.
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