Foreign tourists taking flights to India will now have few more domestic flight options to popular holiday destinations within the country. SpiceJet will start new flights on Delhi-Chandigarh route. The airline will also connect to Srinagar.

International leisure travellers taking tickets on flights to India can now add to their fun quotient by relishing the new flight service of SpiceJet to some major destinations in the country.

The low-cost Indian carrier, SpiceJet has decided to roll out new flights from Chandigarh to Delhi from 12th July onwards. The news reports state that the airline will operate one daily flight between Delhi and Chandigarh. Apart from the daily service, the airline will also ply four weekly flights to Delhi from Chandigarh on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

Moreover, SpiceJet will also start flight service on the DelhiChandigarh-Srinagar route and will operate three days a week on the route on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. This is airline’s first step to mark its presence in north India.

As per the airline’s new flight schedule, the daily flight to Delhi would land at Chandigarh Airport at 8:15 am and will depart at 8.35 am. The flight will then arrive in Delhi at 9.40 am.

The flight to Srinagar would land up at Chandigarh at 9:30 am from Delhi and depart at 9:50 am. It would reach Srinagar at 10.50 am. The flight would depart from Srinagar at 11.10 am and arrive at Chandigarh at 12.10 pm.

Delhi-Chandigarh-Srinagar is a popular circuit among international travellers who look for cheap flights to India for relishing a leisurely holiday break. The new flight service will perhaps increase the tourist flow between these Indian destinations, giving a high boost to the Indian tourism sector.

SpiceJet has stationed Q400 NextGen turboprop aircraft at Delhi for the new flight service. The aircraft has a capacity of handling 78 passengers. International as well as domestic tourists are advised to book their flight tickets at the earliest to grab cheap flight deals with SpiceJet on the routes.

Meanwhile, SpiceJet is also planning to launch flights between Delhi and Amritsar, Indore and Dehradun on the same day. The bookings for these routes are open.

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