SpiceJet to resume flights to Dubai from Mumbai, Madurai

  • PTI, Mumbai
  • Updated: Jul 04, 2014 18:39 IST

Budget carrier SpiceJet on Friday said it will resume flights to Dubai, from Mumbai and Madurai, from July 21.

These services, launched in June 2012 and November 2013 respectively, were suspended in May on account of the runway refurbishment at Dubai International Airport, SpiceJet said in a statement in Mumbai.

The 80-day refurbishment work is completing as per the schedule, so SpiceJet is now resuming its flights, it said.

With the resumption of these services SpiceJet will be providing connectivity from five Indian cities to Dubai, the other cities being Ahmedabad, Delhi, and Kochi. SpiceJet also operates to Muscat and Sharjah in the region.

The airline has offered promotional fares on these new flights for bookings made till July 10 for travel between July 21 and July 31, the statement said.

While for the Mumbai-Dubai flight, the all-inclusive promotional fares start at Rs 5,499, for Madurai-Dubai flight the special fares are pegged at Rs 5,999.

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