Thursday, May 19, 2022

SpiceJet introduces ‘Extra Seat-Extra Baggage Offer’ for its patrons

by Staff Correspondent

SpiceJet, has a track record of making flying affordable for Indians. The airline operates a fleet of Boeing 737s, Bombardier Q-400s & freighters and is the country’s largest regional player operating 63 daily flights under UDAN or the Regional Connectivity Scheme.

The majority of the airline’s fleet offers SpiceMax, the most spacious economy class seating in India. Ensuing it existing service offerings, to ensure that their patrons travel with maximum safety and comfort, SpiceJet, introduces an “Extra Seat-Extra Baggage offer” under which passengers can avail an additional check-in baggage allowance of 10 kg on booking a private row and 5 kg on booking an extra seat.

This is a limited period offer available on all direct domestic flights of SpiceJet for booking and travel till 30th June, 2021, as reported.

For passengers who have booked a double seat, baggage allowance will be an additional 5 kg and for those who have booked a private row, the airline will provide them an extra baggage allowance of 10 kg. These allowances are over and above the existing 15 kg which all customers are eligible for while booking a SpiceJet ticket.

Besides this passenger will also be entitled to enjoy complimentary priority service, “You 1st” – which includes Priority Check-In, Priority Boarding and Preferred Bag-Out. Customers can avail the offer on the seat map page while making the booking. It can also be availed during Web Check-in and through the ‘Manage My Booking’ section on the airline’s website.

To enjoy the benefits ‘SpiceJet Extra Seats’ must be booked up to 6 hours prior to the scheduled departure of the flight. Extra seats are subject to availability on a first come first serve basis. It is non-refundable, non-transferrable and is not applicable for group bookings.

The airline also operates a dedicated air cargo service under the brand name SpiceXpress offering safe, on-time, efficient and seamless cargo connectivity across India and on international routes.

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