Tag: SpiceJet

SpiceJet’s ‘WeAreCelebratingSoShouldYou’ sale gets good response

SpiceJet ​did a ‘WeAreCelebratingSoShouldYou’ sale with one way fares starting at Rs 1,299 all in ​clusive​ in the first week of June. The 3-day offer celebrate​d​ a decade of flying, and also SpiceJet’s return to profitability in the last quarter. The sale began on June 2 and gone through midnight June 4, 2015, and ​meant […]

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SpiceJet launches new booking options for SMEs

SpiceJet introduced a simple self-booking innovative tool, ‘SME Traveller’, exclusively for the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). This has been especially designed to address the needs of business travellers from the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) sector. Kaneswaran Avili, Chief Commercial Officer, SpiceJet Ltd stated, “SME Traveller is aimed to target nearly 70-100 million […]

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SpiceJet to resume Delhi-Kabul flights

SpiceJet has restarted its service connecting Delhi and Kabul as per its old schedule. The airline had temporarily suspended services to Kabul, after some security incidents as a precautionary measure. According to SpiceJet officials the security scene in Kabul had improved now. SpiceJet resumes its thrice-weekly flights to the capital of Afghanistan on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. […]

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SpiceJet adds new flights on four existing routes

SpiceJet has recently added new flight services on its four existing sectors namely Bengaluru-Mangalore, Chennai-Madurai, Bengaluru-Hyderabad and Delhi-Lucknow. The decision has been taken keeping in mind the increasing demand from the passengers. All the new flights will be served with a 189-seater Boeing 737 aircraft. A daily new flight has been added on Bengaluru-Mangalore route, […]

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Use of personal electronic devices now allowed on SpiceJet flights

SpiceJet has become the first airlines in India to allow passengers to use personal electronic devices (PEDs) in non-transmitting mode during flights. These had been banned earlier as electromagnetic interference from active radio transmitters such as mobile phones, walkie-talkies, portable computers created  problems for the aircraft navigation and communication systems. The use of PEDs was […]

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Sanjiv Kapoor to take the role of SpiceJet CEO

Sanjiv Kapoor is soon going to be the new CEO of SpiceJet in a few months as the airline expects to restart investment talks. Kapoor joined the airline company as COO back in November 2013, and now replaced Neil Mills, who quit SpiceJet to join Philippine Airlines as Chief Executive Adviser. With a vast experience, […]

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Leading Indian airlines see 13% increase in passenger numbers

Six Indian airlines reported that there is an increase of more than 13% in the number of passengers flown in September this year. A total of 45.55 lakh passengers have flown this September as compared to the 40.18 lakh in the same period last year. According to the statistics by the Directorate General of Civil […]

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