The Merry Go Around around the Delhi Airport Terminal 2 continues. GoAir is moving to Delhi Airport Terminal 2 this weekend, but SpiceJet and IndiGo are not moving till January 2018.
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SpiceJet put out a clickbaity promotion which gives you 3% returns while it shows you as if you get 52% returns. Talk about smart packaging and don’t get caught on the wrong food on this one.
SpiceJet is going to reserve seats for solo women travelers tomorrow onwards in a special row, taking a cue from Air India. Here is all you need to know about where you get the seat on the plane!
4 carriers are offering a sale across Indian destinations. Hop on and check out if you want to book a ticket or few. You could still be single and buy those tickets for one. Travel Period extends all the way to September 2017.
Finally, SpiceJet has added some sort of loyalty benefits to the SpiceClub program. You get up to 4% points, which is a decent start for a no-frills carrier such as SpiceJet
SpiceJet’s SpiceClub is a privileges program which you get membership for after paying a fee to SpiceJet. The program was launched earlier this year, and here are some of the recent changes to the program, which is the third time within a few months they are changing the program. Maybe time to name it Chameleon Plus or something?
Last weekend, Spicejet passengers got threatened by an incoming Air India plane, and some of them evacuated the coach they were going to be bussed in. Is this really how novice we are?
Air India and SpiceJet are the first off the block offering a fare sale within India and from India to International destinations for the Independence Day coming up next. Which one are you going to fly? Tell us.
Indigo and SpiceJet are running some very nice sales for the next few months travel. Tickets are darn cheap and good enough to make me write about the deals. Have a look inside and see if something works for you! Act Fast!
A couple of months ago, SpiceJet launched SpiceClub, where they intended to provide discounts and benefits to members beyond the initial sign up fees. Now, the prices went up one month after launch, and the size of the benefits went down.
Was it a real Club or just a way to get some money out of our pockets? Figure out …