SpiceJet adds Nashik as its 14th UDAN destination

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SpiceJet, India’s favourite airline and the largest regional player today announced the launch of 18 new domestic flights. The airline will add Nashik in Maharashtra as its 50th domestic destination connecting it with the key metros of Delhi, Hyderabad and Bengaluru.

While flights on the Hyderabad-Nashik-Hyderabad and Bengaluru-Nashik-Bengaluru sectors will commence from November 20, 2020, flights on the Delhi-Nashik-Delhi sector will begin.

Hyderabad-Nashik-Hyderabad route comes under UDAN and will be the airline’s 14th destination under the Regional Connectivity Scheme.

SpiceJet will also connect Udaipur with Delhi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad and launch new flights on the Pune-Patna, Chennai-Jaipur and Kolkata-Bengaluru sectors.

Shilpa Bhatia, Chief Commercial Officer, SpiceJet said, “We are delighted to add Nashik as our 14th UDAN destination and connecting this key city in Maharashtra with Delhi, Hyderabad and Bengaluru.

It has been our constant endeavour to take air travel to the smaller towns and cities of India and we see a strong demand for air travel to and from Nashik.”

“Udaipur and Jaipur are two popular tourist destinations that see significant demand during the winters and I am sure our new flights to these cities will delight leisure and business travellers alike.”

While the airline will operate daily flights on the Mumbai-Udaipur, Ahmedabad-Udaipur, Chennai–Jaipur and Bengaluru-Kolkata sectors, flights on Bengaluru-Nashik and Delhi–Udaipur sectors will be operational on all days except Tuesdays. While Hyderabad-Nashik and Delhi-Nashik flights will operate four-times-a-week, the Pune-Patna flight will operate twice-a-week.

The all-inclusive one-way fares connecting Hyderabad-Nashik will begin from as low as INR 3160/- and Nashik-Hyderabad from INR 3385/- under the UDAN scheme. In addition, SpiceJet is celebrating the launch by announcing an introductory promotional fare starting at INR 3662/- on Bengaluru-Nashik, INR 3561/- on Nashik-Bengaluru, INR 4060/- on Delhi-Nashik and INR 4087/- on Nashik-Delhi routes.

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