SpiceJet introduces business class on key domestic routes

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Kolkata, May 11: SpiceJet is set to roll out its all-new business class offering – SpiceBiz – from today.

SpiceBiz is designed to enhance air travel for business-class passengers and offer unmatched value and greater comfort with the key difference being its pricing. The airline will be offering a dedicated business class cabin with 43-inch seat pitch and 7-inch recline, complimentary lounge access, higher baggage allowance, gourmet meals and beverages, priority services and much more, SpiceJet said in a release here. The airline will also have a dedicated cabin crew for business class passengers.

To start with, the new business-class seating will be available on select sectors which include Delhi-Mumbai-Delhi, Delhi-Patna-Delhi, Delhi-Bangalore-Delhi, Hyderabad-Mumbai-Hyderabad, Mumbai-Kolkata-Mumbai, Mumbai-Guwahati-Mumbai, Mumbai-Jaipur-Mumbai, Delhi-Hyderabad-Delhi, Kolkata-Chennai-Kolkata, Mumbai-Varanasi-Mumbai, Mumbai-Chennai-Mumbai, Delhi-Bagdogra-Delhi, Mumbai-Coimbatore-Mumbai,Delhi–Kolkata-Delhi, Delhi–Jammu–Delhi, Mumbai–Dehradun–Mumbai, Mumbai–Kochi–Mumbai, Mumbai–Gorakhpur–Mumbai, Mumbai–Durgapur–Mumbai, Kolkata–Port Blair–Kolkata, Kolkata–Pune–Kolkata, Jammu–Srinagar–Jammu operated by the Boeing 737.

The carrier will soon be offering SpiceBiz on select international routes. As the airline ramps up capacity and inducts more B737s, SpiceJet will very soon be the second biggest business class operator in India, the release claimed.

Depending on the aircraft configuration, SpiceJet will offer eight, 12 and 28 business-class seats on its B737-700/800/900 aircraft respectively. The front row and the over-wing exit rows of the economy cabin will be offered as the premium economy seats – SpiceMax.

Chairman and Managing Director Ajay Singh said, “There is a huge demand for business class in India and we believe that our business class product, with its right pricing and the best in-class features and services, will be much appreciated by passengers.”

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