India’s low cost airline, SpiceJet is all set to launch daily inbound and outbound flights to India connecting Dubai-Delhi and Dubai-Mumbai. The airline will start operating on the new routes from June 25th 2012
Various online media sources revealed that one of India’s low cost airlines, SpiceJet is launching daily flights to Dubai from Delhi and Mumbai. The airline will start operating its newest route connecting India and Dubai starting June 25th 2012.
Sale of tickets on daily flights connecting Delhi to Dubai and Mumbai to Dubai was scheduled to start from June 08th 2012. The airline will deploy its new generation Boeing 737-800 on its third international route connecting India and Dubai.
SpiceJet Chief Executive Officer Neil Mills was quoted by sources as saying, “The Government of India has taken substantial and positive steps to open the market and allowing private carriers to connect with new international destinations.”
He further added, “To leverage the opportunity and offer quality services at affordable price to our guests, we are pleased to announce the launch of flights to Dubai with more exciting destinations coming soon.”
In its endeavour to delight and lure flyers, SpiceJet has launched introductory travel deal on its online bookings with one-way airfares starting from INR 4,477 (approx. 300 AED) excluding government taxes on its new routes connecting Dubai with Delhi and Mumbai.
The airline is headquartered in Chennai and has India’s most major international airports including Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata among its hub and focus cities. SpiceJet is one of the most popular low budget carriers renowned for offering cheap flights on 34 domestic Indian routes. The airline so far connects two international destinations in Indian subcontinent – Kathmandu and Colombo – with flights to India.
With the airline now operating flights on the new and popular India-Dubai route, budget holiday makers looking for leisurely breaks can surely afford a smile as cheap flights to India from Dubai and vice versa are surely up for grabs.