IndiGo 6E Prime Vs SpiceMax: Which One is Better?

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India’s largest and second-largest airline IndiGo and SpiceJet set up a benchmark in the aviation industry when it comes to the comfortable flying experience. IndiGo is the largest carrier, offers a wide variety of add-on services to their passengers which includes Lounge Services, Fast Forward, 6E Flex and many more. Similarly, SpiceJet also provides add-on services like SpiceBiz, SpiceLounge and many more to their passengers to provide them with a comfortable journey. Passengers who are looking for extra comfort when they are boarding their flights IndiGo offers 6E Prime Service and SpiceJet offers SpiceMax add-on service to their passengers. Here we’ll cover all the benefits covered under 6E Prime and SpiceMax services.


Benefits Under IndiGo 6E Prime

IndiGo being the largest carrier of domestic aviation, offers world-class service to their passengers. Under 6E Prime, IndiGo will provide various additional benefits to their passengers. If the passengers have opted for 6E Prime service, they will get preferred seat except for seats in Row 1. Also, if the passengers get sudden food cravings in flight at 36,000 ft, they will get in-flight combo meals which will include one snack item and one beverage which can be selected at the time of booking. If the passenger makes no selection, a snack and beverage available on the flight will be served to passengers. To add more in comfort passengers will also be able to enjoy Fast Forward services at all the 42 domestic and 15 international airports and 12 airports outside India. Talking about the pricing passengers have to pay Rs 799 if they are boarding in domestic flights and if they are boarding International flights they have to pay Rs 1200 to avail the service. IndiGo has noted that 6E Prime service will not be applicable in group bookings. Once booked passengers will not be able to cancel or transfer the service, Indigo will reserve all the rights related to the 6E Prime service. To know more about the terms and conditions passengers can visit the carrier’s official website and read about the terms related to the offering.

Benefits Under SpiceJet SpiceMax

SpiceJet directly competing with IndiGo also offers exclusive benefits to their passengers. From Lounge Services to Business class benefits SpiceJet makes sure passengers boarding in SpiceJet flights get the most comfortable journey. Under the SpiceMax offer, passengers will enjoy Priority Services like Priority Check-in, Boarding and Baggage Delivery which will minimise the waiting time at the airport. Also, passengers will get seats with extra legroom so that they can sit back comfortably and enjoy their flight. If the passengers want to satisfy their food, cravings SpiceMax will also offer complimentary meals with beverages onboard. To add more in comfort, passengers flying in international flights will get a refreshing towel and pillows for a more comforting journey. If the passengers want to avail the benefits of SpiceMax they can book the service through carrier’s official website which will be available one hour before the departure of domestic flight and 3 hours in case of international flights. SpiceMax can also be booked through SpiceJet airport ticketing counters, through travel agents or by calling the 24x7 helpline number. Talking about the pricing passengers have to pay Rs 799 if they are travelling on domestic flights which will vary sector-wise. Talking about international flights, fares will differ destination and sector-wise.

INR 2,999/- Hong Kong, Jeddah, Riyadh
INR 2,499/- Dubai
INR 1,999/- Bangkok, Muscat, Male
INR 1,199/- Colombo, Dhaka, Kabul

To know about the terms and Conditions, passengers can visit the carrier’s official website, click the add-on tab and select the SpiceMax option and read all the relevant details.

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