According to the company, it will increase its operations from three days a week to five days a week on the Delhi-Kabul route.

The increase in flight frequencies between New Delhi and Kabul is a part of the airline's larger plans to augment capacity to meet growing demand.

The budget passenger carrier disclosed that it will operate a renewed winter schedule by adding 10 new daily frequencies on its domestic network encompassing popular routes.

The airline pointed-out that it will increase frequencies on routes such as Chennai-Kochi, Bangalore-Vijayawada, Kochi-Chennai and Hyderabad-Vijayawada among others.

In addition, the airline increased capacity on select domestic routes by undertaking aircraft upgradation from Bombardier Q400 which has a seating capacity of 78 seats to Boeing 737 which can accommodate 186 passengers.

The airline added that the aircraft upgradation would be operational for six days a week on routes such as Delhi-Varanasi and Delhi-Dehradun among others.

Currently, SpiceJet operates 293 daily flights to 40 destinations, including 34 domestic and six international ones.

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