NITN | @notintownlive | 10 May 2019
SpiceJet, one of the key low-cost Indian airlines, recently tweeted that it has introduced a Business Class facility, SpiceBiz, with superior service.
SpiceJet presents SpiceBiz, a business class experience for the discerning flyer! We’re blending superior service - 2X2 cabin, gourmet meals & beverages, lounge access & more - with a dash of unmatched value. Book now & usher in the future! pic.twitter.com/JCH583fRnz— SpiceJet (@flyspicejet) May 8, 2019
The facility will be available on select flights on key metro routes, according to media reports.
The service is expected to begin from May 11.
Business Class facilities include dedicated cabin, lounge and priority privileges, gourmet meals and extra baggage allowance.
SpiceJet has taken on lease Boeing 737s from the grounded Jet Airways, media had reported earlier.
The low-cost airline will use these airplanes for the hybrid service.
- India records over 5000 COVID-19 cases on a single day, death toll now stands at 3029
- Zimbabwe's COVID-19 cases climb to 46
- Iran reports 2,294 new COVID-19 cases, 122,492 in total
- COVID-19 cases in Nepal cross 300 mark
- Bangladesh reports 21 COVID-19 deaths, 1602 new cases in last 24 hrs
- Slovenia becomes the first European country to call off COVID-19 pandemic
- Turkey launches “Healthy Tourism Certification” programme
- Pakistan ranks 19th in COVID-19 infected list
- World Tourism comes to a halt as 100% of countries impose travel restrictions
- World Tourism Organisation underscores tourism's important for Covid-19 recovery
New Delhi/NITN: In its endeavour to provide support to the nation, leading carrier IndiGo is collaborating with the Indian Meteorological Department by providing crucial aircraft data on wind, humidity and temperature relayed by the aircraft sensors.
Ottawa/NITN: Collapsing of the aviation industry, due to the coronavirus outbreak, forced Air Canada to slash its workforce by 50 to 60 per cent effective June 7, a memo by the company sent to all its employees said.
Gaya: THAI Smile Airways, a Thai low-cost regional airline, on Saturday (May 13) flew 129 people, including 82 Buddhist monks, from the Buddhist holy site of Gaya in eastern India's Bihar to Bangkok in Thailand.