SpiceJet has cut flights for the upcoming summer schedule.
The low-cost carrier will discontinue flights on three domestic and international destinations, as a part of its network rejig exercise. SpiceJet will discontinue its Pune-Bangkok, Varanasi- Sharjah and Delhi-Gunagzhou flights, the airline release said without indicating any timeline.
However, Sharjah will continue to be served from Pune and Lucknow, Bangkok from Bengaluru and Gunagzhou will be served from Kolkata along with Hong Kong. Flights on domestic destinations like Puducherry, Trichy and Allahabad will also be discontinued.
The revised schedule will fully deploy SpiceJet’s fleet of 42 Boeing and 15Q400 aircraft, and will result in further growth for the airline, the release said. Additionally, new cities will be added in the network once the airline’s interline agreement with Tiger Airways gets operational.