SpiceJet to launch non-strop flight service to London from Delhi, Mumbai starting Dec 4

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SpiceJet said in a tweet that it will operate three services to London in a week from the two cities

India’s budget carrier SpiceJet will commence non-stop flight service to London Heathrow from Delhi and Mumbai from December 4 this year, the airline said on Monday.

SpiceJet said in a tweet that it will operate three services to London in a week from the two cities. Accordingly, it will be twice-a-week from Delhi and once-a-week from Mumbai.

The low-cost carrier will use a 371-seater Airbus A330-900 Neo aircraft which comprises 353 economy and 18 business class seats.

With this, SpiceJet will become the first Indian budget carrier to operate flights to the UK under the current bubble arrangement.

The travelling time from Delhi to London is 10 hours and from Mumbai is 10.15 hours.

SpiceJet is offering Delhi-London return fare at Rs 53,555 for the economy class and Rs 95,267 for the business class as introductory price.

The Delhi-London one way fare is Rs 25,555 on Delhi–London and Mumbai-London routes. The fare is Rs 29,555 on London-Delhi and London-Mumbai routes.

“This is a huge milestone for us and I am proud of the fact that SpiceJet will be the first Indian low-cost airline to operate non-stop long-haul flights to the UK. London is one of the busiest long-haul destinations from India and our convenient flight timings should suit the convenience of our passengers perfectly,” Ajay Singh, Chairman and Managing Director, SpiceJet, said in a statement.

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