SpiceJet Gearing Up for Budget Return Flights to Western Europe as low as INR 25,000
SpiceJet will soon kickoff a price war for the international flights to and from India with its proposed plan on medium to long haul budget flights to western Europe. The airline is currently working on the economies of this model and hints a low return fare for some of the popular European destinations.
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According to a report on TOI, return fares for London, Paris and Amsterdam could be around INR 25,000 for an all-economy seating wide body aircraft. Considering the current scenario, the return flight for the same routes costs above INR 40,000 on all Indian and foreign airlines.
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While signing the deal with Boeing on January 13, this year, SpiceJet Chairman Ajay Singh had said, “There is a good market for this segment in India if a good product is offered at the right price. Imagine the demand that a fare of Rs 10,000-15,000 on Delhi-London will have”.
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Now, it seems that the LCC (Low Cost Carrier) has made its way with its low cost flight plans. A spokesperson from SpiceJet shared some key points of the plan with TOI, saying, “SpiceJet will follow the same low cost/no frills model on its long haul routes as it does on its domestic and short haul international sectors where passengers pay for additional services like meals, seat selection, priority check-in, priority boarding and excess baggage. However, unlike some other international LCCs, the first (check-in) bag would be free of charge”.
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However, the airline hasn’t announced the date for starting these flights. Ajay Singh said, “SpiceJet continues to study the viability of low-cost long haul travel and a decision will be taken in due course”.