SpiceJet has continued to expand its operations with the launch of new domestic and international flights.
Within India, the low-cost carrier has commenced a new daily service between Delhi and Jodhpur, Rajasthan. And internationally, SpiceJet now flies direct to Dubai from Mangaluru, in the southern state of Karnataka.
On the Jodhpur route, flights leave Delhi daily at 1250 and arrive in the Rajasthani city at 1405. The return services then depart at 1425 and arrive back in the Indian capital at 1555.
On the Dubai route, services depart Mangaluru at 0020 every day and arrive in the UAE at 0240. The return flights operate on a split schedule, leaving Dubai at 0340 every Monday and Saturday and at 1255 on every other day of the week. This means the flights land back in Mangaluru at either 0830 or 1805.
SpiceJet will serve both routes using its fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft.
SpiceJet now flies to Dubai from 10 cities, but Jodhpur is a new destination for the carrier. The launch means that the airline’s network now consists of 38 domestic and six international destinations.