India’s second-largest airline, SpiceJet, is set to launch 16 new flights from the month of August.
The domestic passenger carrier has added Bhavnagar (Gujarat) to its list of connected cities. From August 20, Bhavnagar will be connected to Mumbai, Delhi, and Surat.
The Chief Commercial Officer (COO) of SpiceJet, Shilpa Bhatia stated, “Strengthening regional connectivity between metros and underserved cities is at the heart of SpiceJet’s mission and vision and we are delighted to add the beautiful city of Bhavnagar to our fast expanding domestic network.”
She referred to Bhavnagar as one of the key cities for trade and commerce with many large and small-scale industries alongside having the world’s largest ship breaking yard and multiple holy sites to visit. “Bhavnagar comes with great potential for both business and leisure travel alike”, the COO added.
Furthermore, it has introduced ten more flights that will be connecting Gwalior with Jaipur, Kishangarh i.e. Ajmer with Mumbai, Belagavi with Delhi, and Vishakhapatnam with Jammu along with an additional frequency to the sector of Delhi-Jammu.
Bhatia continued saying the airline was well aligned and fully committed to aid the recovery of air travel and realize the country’s dream of having a strong, stable, and progressive aviation market by constantly introducing new routes and destinations.
SpiceJet is the first airline to operate non-stop flights between Bhavnagar-Delhi, Bhavnagar-Surat, Gwalior-Jaipur, and Kishangarh-Mumbai.