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SpiceJet launches three new direct flights from Guwahati

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Gurugram: SpiceJet announced the launch of three new direct flights from Guwahati connecting Pakyong, Patna and Hyderabad. SpiceJet is the first and only carrier to offer daily direct connectivity on the Guwahati-Pakyong-Guwahati route starting 16 October and Guwahati-Patna-Guwahati route starting 10 October. SpiceJet has also introduced daily non-stop flight services on the Guwahati-Hyderabad-Guwahati sector effective from 10 October.
The announcement of the new flights was made in the august presence of Shri Sarbananda Sonowal, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Assam. On the occasion, Debojo Maharshi, Chief Marketing Officer, SpiceJet, handed over the first ticket to Shri Sarbananda Sonowal, thereby marking the formal announcement of the launch of the new flight service.
Ajay Singh – Chairman and Managing Director, SpiceJet said, “Assam is one of the key markets for SpiceJet and the introduction of these new flights further reiterates our commitment on enhancing connectivity in this region. With the introduction of these flights, passengers from Guwahati will now have more travel options with added flexibility and seamless connectivity on our network.”
At SpiceJet, our focus has always been on regional connectivity thereby extending air network to key metro and non-metro cities. North-East has always been an important market for us. The introduction of these new flights further reiterates our commitment on enhancing connectivity in this region. Passengers from Guwahati will now have more travel options with added flexibility and seamless connectivity on our network.”
To celebrate the launch, SpiceJet has also announced an introductory promotional fare of INR 2060 (all inclusive) for Guwahati-Pakyong, INR 2060 (all inclusive) for Pakyong-Guwahati, INR 3399 (all inclusive) for Guwahati-Patna, INR 3099 (all inclusive) for Patna-Guwahati, INR 4599 (all inclusive) for Guwahati-Hyderabad and INR 4799 (all inclusive) for Hyderabad-Guwahati.
Assam is one of the key markets of SpiceJet and with the three new direct flights the airline will operate 34 daily flights in and out of North East and 6 direct flights within the region. Within Assam, SpiceJet operates on Guwahati-Dibrugarh and Guwahati-Silchar routes currently. The airline has recently upgraded from its Bombardier Q400 aircraft to its Boeing aircraft on the Guwahati-Silchar-Guwahati sector to cater to the massive demand. With this upgradation, passengers from Delhi can now travel to Silchar without changing the aircraft at Guwahati. SpiceJet also operates non-stop flights from Guwahati connecting Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata and Jaipur and multiple via flights to a host of domestic as well as international destinations. The three new direct flights will give the much needed boost to trade within the states and will greatly aid both leisure and business travelers.
SpiceJet will be deploying its Boeing aircraft on the Hyderabad and Patna routes. SG 463 operating on the Hyderabad-Guwahati will depart at 05.45 am, whereas SG 464 operating on the route of Guwahati-Hyderabad route will depart at 12.30 pm. Operating on the Guwahati-Patna route, SG 461 will depart at 08.45 am, whereas SG 462 operating between the Patna-Guwahati sectors will depart at 10.45 am. For Pakyong, SpiceJet will be operating its Bombardier Q-400 aircraft.
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