SpiceJet second low-cost carrier to offer biz class after GoAir


Low-cost carrier SpiceJet is entering the full-service segment offering business class tickets on select domestic routes from May 11, becoming the second budget carrier to do so after GoAir.

The Wadia group-owned GoAir was the first domestic no-frills carrier to introduce business class way back in October 2008.

To begin with, SpiceJet will offer business class on some of its Boeing 737s to be operated from destinations like New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Varanasi, Bagdogra, and Srinagar, a statement said.

The move comes after the airline leased some of the Boeing 737s from the grounded Jet AirwaysNSE 12.22 % and entered into a code-share pact  Read More

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