Friday, May 17, 2019

In the aftermath of Jet Airways, here's a new update

In the wake of the sudden touchdown of Jet Airways, there has been another big development in India’s aviation sector. Spice Jet, the low cost, no-frills carrier has become the second to add a business class service.
Called Spice Biz, the business class service is being offered on SpiceJet’s newly acquired Boeing 737s. The budget carrier is offering the service on some routes between New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Varanasi, Bengaluru, Bagdodra and Srinagar, as per reports. The service includes gourmet meals, 2x2 cabin, access to the airport lounges, and extra baggage, among other facilities.
SpiceJet announced this move after acquiring nine of Jet Airways’ now grounded Boeing 737s. These aircrafts were already fitted in with economy and business class seats.
Until now, GoAir was the only budget airline to offer business class on their A320 plane models. With SpiceJet in the mix, there’s more choice than ever for traveller. Especially those still mourning Jet’s sudden touchdown.
17/05/19 Outlook Traveller

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