SpiceJet unveils plans to connect Jaipur,Hyderabad with Dubai next month

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New Delhi | Updated: January 15, 2016 9:51 AM

No-frills airline SpiceJet today announced that it will connect Dubai with non-metro cities of Jaipur and Hyderabad with direct flights from next month, while rolling out special promotional fares for the new services.

spicejet-l-reutSpiceJet will become the first domestic carrier providing air connectivity to Dubai from 10 Indian cities.(Reuters)

No-frills airline SpiceJet today announced that it will connect Dubai with non-metro cities of Jaipur and Hyderabad with direct flights from next month, while rolling out special promotional fares for the new services.

Once the services commence from February 16, SpiceJet will become the first domestic carrier providing air connectivity to Dubai from 10 Indian cities, a release said.

The airline will fly five times a week to Dubai from Jaipur, it said.

“We see huge potential, especially from non-metro cities such as Jaipur, waiting to be unlocked and over the years we have also witnessed resurgence in demand on Hyderabad-Dubai route from business and leisure travellers alike,” Shilpa Bhatia, SpiceJet senior vice president and Head of Sales and Distribution said.

Dubai is a key market in increasing SpiceJet’s footprint across the Middle East and with these flight launches it aims to provide customers with better and more convenient travel options, she added.
The airline has also offered all-inclusive special introductory fares of Rs 6,499 and Rs 7, 999 for a one-way travel from Jaipur and Hyderabad respectively for its flights to Dubai.

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