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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

SpiceJet Now Connects Amritsar with Bangkok & Goa from Nov 6, 2018


SpiceJet, the country’s favourite carrier, today announced the launch of two new flights from Amritsar connecting Bangkok and Goa. The airline is the first and only carrier to offer daily direct connectivity on the routes of both Amritsar-Bangkok-Amritsar and Amritsar-Goa-Amritsar. The new flights will be effective from November 6, 2018.

Bangkok is the second international destination after Dubai that SpiceJet will be connecting via a direct flight from Amritsar. Bangkok is one of the most preferred international destinations for Indian tourists with every year record number of tourists visiting the Thai capital. Goa is also one of India’s favourite travel destinations. Earlier passengers from Amritsar had to travel to Delhi to board flights for both the destinations. The new flights will enhance customer convenience manifold.

The announcement was made in the august presence of Capt. Amarinder Singh, Chief Minister of Punjab. On the occasion, Kamal Hingorani, Chief Customer Service Officer, SpiceJet handed over the first ticket to Capt. Amarinder Singh, thereby marking the formal announcement of the launch of the new flight service.

Shilpa Bhatia, Chief Sales and Revenue Officer, SpiceJet said, “Both Bangkok and Goa are among top picks for leisure travelers and we see immense potential in these routes. SpiceJet is proud to be the only Indian carrier to offer direct connectivity from Amritsar to Bangkok and Goa. We are constantly scaling up our network in both domestic and international markets and we will continue to eye new growth markets offering enhanced convenience for our customers.”

To celebrate the launch of the new routes, the airline has also announced an introductory promotional fare of INR 9399 (all inclusive) for Amritsar-Bangkok, INR 9999 (all inclusive) for Bangkok-Amritsar, INR 5599 (all inclusive) for Amritsar-Goa and INR 5699 (all inclusive) for Goa-Amritsar.

SpiceJet will be deploying its Boeing aircraft on both the routes. SG 89 operating on the Amritsar-Bangkok route will depart from Amritsar at 04.00 am, whereas SG 90 operating on the route of Bangkok-Amritsar route will depart at 11.10 am. Operating on the Amritsar – Goa route, SG 281 will depart at 6.20 pm, whereas SG 282 operating between the Goa-Amritsar sectors will depart at 9.40 pm.   

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