- The tickets are available from INR 12,399 inclusive of all charges for Mumbai-Jeddah trip and INR 15,399 (all inclusive) for Jeddah-Mumbai trip.
SpiceJet will launch daily non-stop flights between Mumbai and Jeddah from July 5. The tickets are available from INR 12,399 inclusive of all charges for Mumbai-Jeddah trip and INR 15,399 (all inclusive) for Jeddah-Mumbai trip.
“We are delighted to announce our new flight connecting Mumbai with Jeddah which will offer more convenience and flexibility to passengers travelling between the two cities for pilgrimage, business or leisure,” said Shilpa Bhatia, chief sales and revenue officer, SpiceJet.
The flight will depart from Mumbai at 7.30 pm IST and will arrive in Jeddah at 10.15 pm. The return flight will leave Jeddah at 11.30 pm and will land in Mumbai at 6.20 am the next day.
New flights to Dehradun, Guwahati and Bagdogra from Mumbai
Besides the new international service addition to Jeddah, SpiceJet also started six new daily domestic services on Mumbai-Dehradun, Mumbai-Guwahati, and Mumbai- Bagdogra routes from yesterday. SpiceJet deploys its Boeing 737 NG aircraft for the services.
The new domestic flights help in minimizing the passenger inconvenience caused due to the sudden shortage in capacity within the Indian aviation industry, Bhatia said.
The flight to Bagdogra will leave Guwahati airport at 9.20 am and will arrive at the destination at 10.10 am. The return flight from Bagdogra will take off at 10.40 am and will land in Guwahati at noon.
The Mumbai-Dehradun flight will leave Mumbai at 4.35 pm and will reach Dehradun at 6.30 pm. The return flight will start from Dehradun at 7 pm and will reach Mumbai at 9.50 pm.
Mumbai-Guwahati flight, on the other hand, will start from Mumbai at 5.30 am and will arrive at Guwahati at 8.50 am. The trip from Guwahati will leave the airport at 12.30 pm and will land in Mumbai at 3.45 pm.
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