SpiceJet Limited launched commercial flights between Mangalore and Hyderabad

4:06 PM, Friday, September 30th, 2011
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SpicejetMangalore:  SpiceJet Limited, India’s most preferred budget airline, today started commercial flights between Mangalore and Hyderabad with its newly acquired state-of- art Q-400aircraft. SpiceJet is the first airline to start a flight on this route and aims to provide timely and affordable air connectivity for passengers, said Samyukth Sridharan, chief commercial officer of SpiceJet Ltd.

He was speaking at the press meet held at Hotel Gateway on September 30, Friday. He also said that the first Hyderabad- Mangalore flight landed at the Mangalore Airport at 2:40  pm and the inaugural Mangalore- Hyderabad flight took off at 3 :00 pm. SpiceJet will be operating a daily flight  on the Mangalore- Hyderabad route. Mangalore is the second destination in Karnataka, after Bangalore, which has been connected through SpiceJet’s Q-400 aircraft and the 25th on SpiceJet’s fast growing domestic network.

SpiceJet also announced the commencement of a direct flight between Mangalore and Chennai from the 9th of November. Bookings on the Mangalore- Chennai sector has just commenced with an all- inclusive limited seats inaugural fare of Rs 1499/-.

Since the launch of the Q-400 services on the 21st September, SpiceJet has already commenced operations with its brand new Q-400 aircraft fleet on Hyderabad-Goa, Hyderabad- Madurai, Hyderabad- Vijayawada,

Hyderabad- Rajahmundry, Vizag- Tirupati and Vizag- Bangalore routes and will be adding some more routes in coming days. The airline is starting operations on Hyderabad- Aurangbad from tomorrow.

The Q400 Next Gen turboprop aircraft from Bombardier can accommodate 78 passengers and is widely accepted as the best short-haul plane globally. SpiceJet had placed an order for 30 of these aircraft and have already taken delivery of the first 5 aircraft during September.

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