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SpiceJet connects Sharjah with Varanasi and Lucknow

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai | February 20, 2013 11:33 IST

By expanding its geographical reach to Sharjah and Lucknow SpiceJet now spreads its network to 8 international and 45 domestic destinations.

SpiceJet, Indias most preferred low cost airline is fast expanding its wings in international skies by connecting Sharjah with Varanasi and Lucknow through direct flight services. Sharjah is our second destination in UAE after Dubai. The airline currently operates four daily flights to Dubai from Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Kochi.
 
Lucknow is the latest addition to SpiceJets pan India network. The airline will also connect Lucknow with New Delhi.
 
Flight Tickets for Sharjah from Varanasi and Lucknow will be available for booking from February 19, 2013 onwards. The flight services for Sharjah from Varanasi and Lucknow will commence from March 07, 2013 and March 11, 2013 respectively.
 
By expanding its geographical reach to Sharjah and Lucknow SpiceJet now spreads its network to 8 international and 45 domestic destinations.
 
SpiceJet flies its New Generation Boeing 737 (189 seater aircraft) on all its international routes. Fares offered by SpiceJet on all International routes including the new ones are the most competitive in the industry.
 
"The Government of India has taken significant steps to open its sky for air service with other parts of the globe. To leverage the opportunity and offer quality services at affordable price to our guests, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new flight service to Sharjah from Varanasi and Lucknow" SpiceJet Chief Executive Officer Neil Mills said.
 
With the inclusion of Lucknow into our radar, we expand our network further both in domestic and international sectors. Mr. Mills added.
 
To celebrate this launch, SpiceJet is offering introductory airfares of INR 8999/- (one way inclusive of all taxes) to all flights to Sharjah from Delhi, Varanasi and Lucknow.
 


 

 
 
 
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