Mumbai: No-frills carrier SpiceJet announced the opening of booking for its domestic flights as it resumes operations with a little over 200 daily flights to 41 destinations after a hiatus of almost two months.
Operations of commercial passenger flights were suspended from March 25 in the wake of COVID-19 and subsequent lockdown.
The government on Thursday allowed airlines to operate passenger flights from May 25.
SpiceJet in a release said that to start with, the airline will operate flights to 41 domestic destinations operating an average 204 daily and 1,431 weekly flights with a slew of in-flight and on-ground modifications in line with the global best practices and government SOPs to minimise human contact and ensure safe travel for its passengers.
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