SpiceJet has introduced four new services for travellers, albeit for a price, weeks after aviation regulator DGCA gave a free hand to domestic carriers to charge for extra services such as choice seat and extra baggage among others.
The move would help the Gurgaon-based airline to increase its ancillary revenue by a significant extent. SpiceJet Assist is a service that provides assistance to passengers at the airport for both departure and arrival and comes at an introductory fee of Rs 500 per passenger per sector, the airline said in a statement.
SpiceJet is India’s most preferred airline who delivers the lowest air fares with the highest consumer value. The airline currently operates flights to over 44 Indian cities and 9 international destinations.