|Indira Gandhi International Airport⇔Dubai International Airport/Suvarnabhumi Airport/Bandaranaike International Airport/Muscat International Airport/Ibrahim Nasir International Airport/Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport/Kabul International Airport/Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport
|Kabul, Dhaka, Malé, Muscat, Colombo, Bangkok, Dubai, Kolkata, Goa, etc..
|Frequent Flyer Program
Feel the spice of life with SpiceJet! Founded in 1993 as ModiLuft, SpiceJet now has a whopping (for a primarily domestic airline) 13.2 percent of the market share, making it the third largest Indian airline. SpiceJet has 53 planes in their fleet (205 737 MAX 8s are in the works, as are two 787-8s).This low-cost airline is determined to live out their tagline, “Flying for everyone.”
* Please contact the airlines directly for updated and detailed information for specific flight class and routes
* Please ensure to check the official website of SpiceJet for updated and detailed information for carry-on baggage.
Because SpiceJet aims to be THE low-cost Indian airline, they offer only one class of ticket: the ever-reliable Economy class. An Economy ticket guarantees SpiceJet passengers on-board entertainment and, comfy seats; additionally, max ticket fare passengers are provided free meals.
SpiceJet is quite evidently the best airline I’ve ever flown with. Absolutement. They’re everything I ever wanted in an airline. Case in point: they didn’t care whether or not I was a Max customer, they gave me (and everyone else) free meals. Indian hospitality at its finest. I’m keeping my ticket as a memento.
SpiceJet confirm plus chop best airline in market. You know what, I was in Bangkok and suddenly my main girl calls me up and tells me to come to the Maldives for vacation MEH!?? I kena stroke one la! But what happen? I get to the airport in a rush and SpiceJet tells me they got some tickets left because of no-shows, I grab one boom I’m on my way to tropical paradise! The flight was sibeh good, the food was sibeh good, top-notch everything. Even though I was flying in steerage, there was world-class service. Would not hesitate to fly with SpiceJet again hor!
You can book tickets through their website, or use a third-party agency like Expedia to buy the ticket for you. It is recommended that you use a third-party website as prices are often lower than the official website’s due to exclusive deals and other money-saving agreements.
Ticket holders need not do anything; SpiceJet will announce the date and time of the replacement flight and will usually give you a partial ticket refund for the inconvenience caused (be aware: some promotional class tickets have the stipulation that no refunds are to be made).
Sign up for SpiceClub on-line at SpiceJet’s website. Then, when you book your ticket, associate your account number with said ticket. BOOM! Watch the points roll in.
SpiceClub is SpiceJet’s frequent flyer program. Using SpiceJet tickets garners “Spice Loyalty Points.” Each point is legal tender for the sum of 1 Indian rupee, but is only to be used on SpiceJet or its partners’ services (see www.spicejet.com for further details.) To accrue these points, sign up for SpiceClub on-line and associate your account number with each ticket you buy. Note: if you cancel your flight or cancel your purchase, NO REFUNDS!
SpiceJet is considered a “ticket less airline;” rather than a physical ticket, the digital record created at time of purchase is considered to be the ticket. As there is no paper ticket, a paper itinerary is checked at entrance; these may be printed out at home or obtained from the SpiceJet office near the departure terminal. To check-in physically,arrive at the departure gate itself 45 minutes before your flight leaves. That means you have to obey the savvy traveler’s rule of thumb: show up at the airport at least two hours before your flight! SpiceJet also provides on-line check-in, except from Jammu and Kashmir.