India carrier SpiceJet has announced the launch of 10 new non-stop flights between connecting the central province of Madhya Pradesh to various Indian cities.
SpiceJet will be the only Indian carrier to operate non-stop flights on the routes of Gwalior-Pune-Gwalior, Gwalior-Ahmedabad-Gwalior, Gwalior-Mumbai-Gwalior and Jabalpur-Surat-Jabalpur. The airline is also starting its second frequency on the Delhi-Jabalpur-Delhi sector.
Ajay Singh, Chairman and Managing Director of SpiceJet, said:
“As air travel picks up, it’s time to rededicate and work with renewed enthusiasm towards realising our Hon’ble Prime Minister’s vision of connecting the smaller towns of our beautiful country by air. SpiceJet has been the biggest and most enthusiastic supporter of UDAN and our new flights connecting Gwalior and Jabalpur to key metros is yet another testament of our commitment of connecting the unconnected and underserved parts of the country. I am sure that these new flights will provide a major boost to tourism and trade and contribute to the growth story of Madhya Pradesh, the heart of India.”
SpiceJet operates 63 daily flights connecting 14 UDAN destinations to various parts of the country.
SpiceJet will be the first airline to offer direct flights on the Jabalpur-Surat-Jabalpur sector and has launched a second frequency on the Delhi-Jabalpur-Delhi sector. SpiceJet already connects Jabalpur with Delhi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Pune and Mumbai. From Jabalpur, SpiceJet provides convenient connections to Dharamshala, Srinagar, Kanpur, Darbhanga, Rajkot, Ajmer, Jharsuguda, Kandla, Belagavi, Goa, Kochi, Tirupati and Chennai through one-stop flights.
A list of the routes and destinations can be found here.