SpiceJet will offer flyers tickets options on new daily direct flights connecting India’s capital, Delhi and Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh from January 4, 2013. The carrier will deploy 189-seater Boeing 737 NG aircraft on its new route.


SpiceJet All Set To Offer Flights Connecting Delhi and Riyadh

International holiday makers who are often to be seen scrambling for cheap deals for tickets on flights connecting India and Saudi Arabia will very soon have added options made available to them by SpiceJet.

India’s popular no-frills airline has announced to launch new services between India’s capital city of Delhi and Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh. The airline is expected to start operating daily direct flights services on the route by January 4, 2013, revealed various online sources.

Sources further revealed that the airline also plans to offer tickets on direct flights connecting Delhi and Guangzhou in China with effect from February 8, 2013.

The carrier is expected to offer tickets aboard its 189-seater Boeing 737 NG aircraft for its services on Delhi-Riyadh as well as Delhi-Guangzhou route.

Neil Mills, SpiceJet CEO said, “We at SpiceJet are very excited about these two great new routes to Riyadh and Guangzhou which will give passengers more choice.”

Including these flights, the airline will be offering tickets to seven international destinations from India. Presently, the carrier operates only to Kathmandu, Colombo, Kabul, Dubai and Male.

In a recent development, the airline had announced its plans to launch services on three new international routes, Kochi-Malé, Kochi-Dubai and Ahmadabad-Dubai.

It has already started offering tickets on its routes connecting South India’s popular city of Kochi and Maldivian capital, Malé with effect from November 29 and flights on its Kochi-Dubai sector from December 10, 2012. Also, the carrier will launch a connection linking Ahmadabad and Dubai from December 19, 2012.

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