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SpiceJet completes 18 years, marks anniversary with a mega sale with fares starting for as low as INR 1818 Spice Jet
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SpiceJet completes 18 years, marks anniversary with a mega sale with fares starting for as low as INR 1818

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 24 May 2023, 02:47 pm

Kolkata: Private airlines major SpiceJet on Wednesday completed 18 years of serving its passengers in India on Tuesday.

Since operating its first commercial flight on May 23, 2005 from Delhi to Ahmedabad, SpiceJet has carried millions of passengers to their destinations.

The airline said it has always believed in leading from the front and is a key supporter of the regional connectivity scheme, UDAN.

As announced earlier this month, SpiceJet plans to bring 25 of its grounded planes back into service.

The airline is targeting the return of four of its grounded aircraft, two Boeing 737s and two Q400s, by June 15. More planes will be back in operations in the following weeks.

SpiceJet plans to start a slew of flights including two international UDAN flights on the Agartala-Chattogram-Agartala and Imphal-Mandalay-Imphal sectors by June end.

The airline also plans to launch a new UDAN flight on Kolkata-Tezpur-Kolkata sector and restart Kolkata-Gwalior-Kolkata and Jammu-Gwalior-Jammu UDAN flights.

In addition, SpiceJet will launch flights on Kolkata-Agartala-Kolkata and Kolkata-Imphal-Kolkata sectors and restart flights on Kolkata-Chattogram-Kolkata sector.

Ajay Singh, Chairman and Managing Director, SpiceJet, said, “SpiceJet has become a truly inseparable part of people’s lives and has made an unbreakable bond with our passengers and we are immensely proud of this achievement. Our 18th anniversary marks the beginning of a new era for us with renewed hope and opportunities. I am grateful to all our passengers and partners for having unflinching faith in us, which gives us strength to rise above challenges.”

“SpiceJet will leave no stone unturned in its pursuit of excellence and will take every possible step that fuels our growth and helps us spread our wings wider than ever.”

Special Offer:

The airline has announced a special sale with one-way domestic fares starting at INR 1818 on select routes such as Bengaluru-Goa and Mumbai-Goa.

The sale offer is valid for bookings made between 23rd and 28th May, 2023. The travel period for bookings under the offer is between 1st July and 30th March, 2024.

Passengers can also avail additional benefits while booking their tickets through SpiceJet’s website, m-site and mobile app.

SpiceJet has in store a special surprise for its passengers who are turning 18 in calendar year 2023.

The airline will gift a free flight voucher worth INR 3000/- to all such passengers. Under the sale offer, passengers also get preferred seats at flat INR 18/- only and flat 50% off on SpiceMAX.

The sale offer is available on first-come come, first-served basis.

The 50% discount offer on SpiceMax is valid only on bookings made online at SpiceJet’s website, mobile app and m-site by entering the applicable code.

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