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SpiceJet resumes passenger flight operations

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on May 25, 2020 Published on May 25, 2020

SpiceJet has resumed domestic passenger flight operations on May 25 after a two month-long lockdown-imposed hiatus.

The airline’s first flight took-off from Ahmedabad to Delhi at 6.05am and arrived in New Delhi at 7.10am. Soon after, flights on other sectors took-off, the carrier said in a release.

Some of the sectors that SpiceJet will be operating on the first day include Delhi-Bengaluru, Delhi-Pune, Delhi-Chennai, Delhi-Mumbai, Delhi-Guwahati, Ahmedabad-Delhi, Delhi–Patna, Mumbai–Bengaluru, Chennai–Bengaluru, Varanasi–Jaipur, Bengaluru–Pune, Delhi–Srinagar, Udaipur–Ahmedabad, Jammu–Srinagar, Chennai–Madurai, Hyderabad–Jharsuguda, Hyderabad-Surat among others.

SpiceJet has also operated 20 UDAN flights today on key routes.

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Published on May 25, 2020
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