Spicejet increases focus on Jaipur, to launch flights to Udaipur, Amritsar, Dehradun

Spicejet - the country’s second largest airline by domestic market share is increasing flights from one of its focus cities - Jaipur. The airline will add more monopoly routes in its network, inline with what it has been doing in recent past. The airline will return to the Delhi - Jaipur segment where it will … Continue reading Spicejet increases focus on Jaipur, to launch flights to Udaipur, Amritsar, Dehradun

Julley! IndiGo announces flighs to Leh, Spicejet adds frequency

As IndiGo readies itself to launch its 63rd domestic destination - Leh, rival Spicejet pre-empted the play with a second daily flight to Leh from Delhi. The new flight for Spicejet was expected to start today but stands cancelled for the day, while IndiGo will launch its service on February 22, 2021. IndiGo has been … Continue reading Julley! IndiGo announces flighs to Leh, Spicejet adds frequency

Jharsuguda, Darbhanga and Durgapur – Spicejet’s near monopoly route launches

Spicejet - the second largest low cost carrier in India, will connect Jharsuguda to Mumbai and Bengaluru starting tomorrow. The airline will offer four times a week service to Jharsuguda from Mumbai and Bengaluru while the flights from Delhi will operate Daily.  The airline launched services to Jharsuguda from March 2019 when it launched services … Continue reading Jharsuguda, Darbhanga and Durgapur – Spicejet’s near monopoly route launches

London Heathrow website starts listing Vistara & Spicejet flights

In March this year, I wrote “We will have to wait much longer than before to know where the aircraft eventually flies but I have become more confident that the airline would now get a slot at London Heathrow and willing to stick my neck out to say Delhi – London Heathrow will be its … Continue reading London Heathrow website starts listing Vistara & Spicejet flights

Lock down led to focus on agri and cargo in Indian aviation

India has been in lock down since March 2020. This meant that all scheduled commercial operations were suspended which took a hit on cargo as well. Airlines devised ways to continue cargo operations with Spicejet being on the forefront - converting three Q400 aircraft to freighters by removing seats. Both Spicejet and IndiGo started operating … Continue reading Lock down led to focus on agri and cargo in Indian aviation