SpiceJet announces Ahmedabad to Bangkok, Varanasi, Bengaluru, Surat to Jodhpur, Goa flightsNovember 09, 2017
Gurugram: SpiceJet has announced a slew of new non-stop flights on both domestic and international routes this winter beginning December 2017. The airline is all set to start operating the first ever daily direct flight on the Ahmedabad-Bangkok sector from 7th December 2017. SpiceJet is also the first airline to introduce daily non-stop flights on Jaipur-Jodhpur, Surat-Jodhpur, Ahmedabad-Varanasi and Bengaluru-Bagdogra sectors.
Additionally, SpiceJet announced the launch of additional frequencies on Bengaluru- Ahmedabad, Bengaluru- Kolkata, Chennai – Goa, and Surat – Goa sectors and a seasonal nonstop flight on the Delhi-Port Blair route.
SpiceJet will be commencing operations on the Ahmedabad-Varanasi, and the Ahmedabad-Bangkok routes effective 7th December 2017. While the flight on the Ahmedabad-Varanasi route will be operational on all days except Sunday, the airline will be operating a daily flight on the Ahmedabad-Bangkok route.
The airline has also launched a new daily direct flight on the Ahmedabad-Bengaluru route effective 01st December 2017, thus connecting the financial capital of Gujarat with other domestic and international destinations.
SpiceJet will launch two direct flights from Bengaluru effective 1st December 2017. The airline will be operating an additional frequency on the Bengaluru-Kolkata route and it has added a new flight on the Bengaluru-Bagdogra route. While the airline will be operating a daily flight on the Bengaluru-Kolkata, the new flight on the Bengaluru-Bagdogra route will be operational on all days except Tuesday.
The new flights introduced on the Goa-Chennai, Surat-Goa, Jaipur-Jodhpur and Jodhpur-Surat routes will be operational on all days effective 07th December 2017 and the airline will be deploying its Q400 fleet on these routes.
However on the Delhi-Port Blair seasonal route, SpiceJet will be deploying its Boeing fleet with the new flight being operational daily effective from 10th December 2017 to 9th February 2018.
The new Surat-Jodhpur flight will give a boost to the textile traders while giving tourists a one stop convenient connection between Jodhpur and Goa via Surat.
With the introduction of the new Varanasi-Ahmedabad flight, Varanasi will now have convenient connections to Bangkok, Dubai, Muscat and Goa via Ahmedabad.
Bookings for tickets are now open.
|Flight No.||Origin||Destination||Departure||Arrival||Effective From||Days of Operations|
|SG 927||Bengaluru||Ahmedabad||18:55||21:10||01 DEC’17||All days|
|SG 928||Ahmedabad||Bengaluru||21:45||23:55||01 DEC’17||All days|
|SG 812||Bengaluru||Kolkata||5:55||8:25||01 DEC’17||All days|
|SG 813||Kolkata||Bengaluru||9:00||11:30||01 DEC’17||All days|
|SG 814||Bengaluru||Bagdogra||12:00||14:50||01 DEC’17||Except 2|
|SG 815||Bagdogra||Bengaluru||15:20||18:25||01 DEC’17||Except 2|
|SG 85||Ahmedabad||Bangkok||18:30||0:40||07 DEC’17||All days|
|SG 86||Bangkok||Ahmedabad||2:05||5:30||08 DEC’17||All days|
|SG 971||Ahmedabad||Varanasi||7:30||9:15||07 DEC’17||Except 7|
|SG 972||Varanasi||Ahmedabad||9:55||12:00||07 DEC’17||Except 7|
|SG 2891||Chennai||Goa||04.55||06.55||07 DEC’17||All days|
|SG 2892||Goa||Chennai||19:15||21:00||07 DEC’17||All days|
|SG 2892||Surat||Goa||17:05||18:55||07 DEC’17||All days|
|SG 2891||Goa||Surat||7:15||8:40||07 DEC’17||All days|
|SG 2898||Jaipur||Jodhpur||12:50||14:00||07 DEC’17||All days|
|SG 2897||Jodhpur||Jaipur||11:20||12:15||07 DEC’17||All days|
|SG 2891||Surat||Jodhpur||9:10||10:40||07 DEC’17||All days|
|SG 2892||Jodhpur||Surat||14:30||16:10||07 DEC’17||All days|
|SG 946||Delhi||Port Blair||7:15||11:00||10 Dec’17 – 09Feb’18||All days|
|SG 942||Port Blair||Delhi||11:40||15:30||10 Dec’17 – 09Feb’18||All days|
(*1- Monday, 2- Tuesday, 3- Wednesday, 4- Thursday, 5- Friday, 6- Saturday, 7- Sunday)
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