New Delhi: Expanding its network to more tier II cities, no frill carrier SpiceJet on Wednesday announced launch of two daily flights to Jabalpur from Delhi and Mumbai from September 7.
    
"SpiceJet would be operating two daily direct flights from Jabalpur. The airline is launching direct services on Jabalpur-Delhi and Jabalpur-Mumbai routes. The opening of ticket sale is effective from Wednesday and commercial flights would start from September 7," a SpiceJet spokesperson said.
    
Jabalpur would be the third destination of the low-cost airline in Madhya Pradesh after Bhopal and Indore.
    
SpiceJet would be deploying its newly acquired Bombardier Q400 NextGen Turboprop aircraft, which can accommodate 78 passengers on these two routes. "We are pleased to expand our presence further in Madhya Pradesh, which is vast state," said Neil Mills, SpiceJet Chief Executive Office.

(Agencies)

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