SpiceJet will add six more Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft on a dry lease, in addition to the sixteen 737s and five Bombardier Q400s. (Reuters)
SpiceJet will add six more Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft on a dry lease, in addition to the sixteen 737s and five Bombardier Q400s. (Reuters)

SpiceJet to shift more flights to Terminal 2 of Delhi, Mumbai airports from today

  • The new flights from Delhi to Mumbai and Bengaluru will operate from Terminal 2 and have a 4-digit flight number starting with 8
  • SpiceJet's 4 digit flight numbers — starting with 6 — would be used for flights departing and arriving at Mumbai's Terminal 2

NEW DELHI: Budget carrier SpiceJet, which plans to start 28 daily flights connecting Mumbai and Delhi with other cities on its domestic network from today, will also shift some of its flights to Terminal 2 of both Delhi and Mumbai airports.

In a tweet, the airline said starting 26th April, departure and arrival operations of flight numbers between SG-8000 and SG-8999 will shift to Terminal 2 of the Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi.

Similarly in Mumbai, flight numbers between SG-6000 and SG-6999 will shift to Terminal 2 of the Chhatarapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport from today. SpiceJet has advised flyers to check their flight and terminal details before leaving for the airport.


SpiceJet had earlier announced that it will launch 28 new flights connecting Mumbai and Delhi with other cities on its domestic network from April 26.

"Of these, 14 will connect Mumbai; eight will connect Delhi while the rest will connect the two metros. All the new flights are effective April 26," the airline had said.

In addition, SpiceJet has further announced a slew of new non-stop international flights to Hong Kong, Jeddah, Dubai, Colombo, Dhaka, Riyadh, Bangkok and Kathmandu from the Mumbai effective May-end.

(Agency inputs)

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