The covid second wave has once again left the travel sector in limbo. Various airlines
SpiceJet, the country’s favourite airline and the largest regional player, today announced the launch of
SpiceJet has inducted two more wide-body planes – a Boeing 767 and Airbus A330 –
Delhi-Pakyong (Gangtok) is a UDAN route To launch Delhi-Pakyong-Delhi flights from 23rd January 2021 Bookings
SpiceJet has secured slots at Heathrow Airport in London to operate flights effective September 1.
SpiceJet is planning to introduce six new flights to expand its network across domestic and
SpiceJet has launched eight new non-stop international flights from Mumbai and Delhi. The airline is
SpiceJet has introduced a daily non-stop flight on Mumbai-Jeddah-Mumbai sector from July 5. Mumbai is
SpiceJet has started 28 daily flights connecting Mumbai and Delhi with other cities on its
Emirates and SpiceJet have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enter into a reciprocal
Flight No. SG-578 from Kanpur to Kolkata will remain cancelled from March 17 to March
Vistara has announced Dibrugarh as its twenty fourth destination in a press release. The carrier
SpiceJet has launched eight new daily direct flights to Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh under UDAN
SpiceJet will start a daily direct flight between Hyderabad and Jeddah from March 25, 2019.