SpiceJet Expand Routes to Link Ayodhya with Three Cities

SpiceJet, an affordable airline in India, said that non-stop flights will begin operating between Ayodhya and Chennai, Bengaluru, and Mumbai on February 1, 2024. The airline has said that it will use its Boeing 737 aircraft, which has 189 seats, on the specified itineraries.

It should be recalled that the airline announced last week that it will also run a special trip from Delhi to Ayodhya on January 21, 2024, in honor of the Ram Mandir’s ŹPran Pratishta ceremony, which is set for January 22. On the same day, there will also be a return trip.

On December 30, Ayodhya’s Maharishi Valmiki International Airport was officially opened by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. SpiceJet has announced that it would begin offering flights from Ayodhya to several Indian towns as part of its attempts to expand its network.

These additional flights are in line with our dedication to improving connectivity and giving travellers easy ways to get around. According to Shilpa Bhatia, Chief Commercial Officer of SpiceJet, the airline is committed to quickly linking additional Indian cities with Ayodhya and providing non-stop flights for a smooth and enjoyable travel experience.

The consecration event on January 22 is anticipated to draw around 100 chartered planes to the Ayodhya airport, according to a statement made by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath last week.

Additionally, SpiceJet has announced that starting on February 1, additional routes would connect Bengaluru with Varanasi, Chennai with Jaipur, and Mumbai with Srinagar.

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