Monday, 1 September 2014

SPICE JET OFFERS Rs. 499 FLIGHT TICKETS :: SEPTEMBER 01 TO 03 2014

SPICE JET EARLY BIRD OFFER

SpiceJet announced new offers for the Early bookings. Using SpiceJet Early Bird sale , you can travel at fares starting Rs. 499. Book till 23:59 hrs, 3rd September 2014 for travel between 16th January 2015 and 24th October 2015
So hurry, book before seats run out at these incredibly low fares! 
Following are the Terms and Conditions:

  1. Fare displayed above is one-way starting fare inclusive of fuel surcharge. All statutory taxes and fees are to be paid by the passenger as applicable on the date of travel
  2. Fares vary from sector to sector based on travel
  3. The sale is valid for bookings made on direct, via and onward flights on SpiceJet's domestic network
  4. The sale is not valid on SpiceJet's international network
  5. The sale is applicable for bookings made between 1st September 2014 and 3rd September, 2014 (both dates inclusive) for travel between 16th January and 24th October 2015 (both dates inclusive)
  6. Limited inventory is available on first-come-first-served basis under this sale
  7. The sale is applicable on bookings made on www.spicejet.com, online travel portals and through travel agents only. The sale is not available at SpiceJet's Sales and Reservation Centre and at our Airport Ticketing Offices
  8. Sale is not applicable on bookings made for infants and groups
  9. The fares under this sale are non-refundable and non- changeable
  10. Flight schedules and timings are subject to regulatory approvals and change(s)
  11. For detailed terms and conditions, log on to www.spicejet.com

Sunday, 4 May 2014

SPICEJET ALLOW TO USE MOBILE PHONES AND PEDS DURING FLIGHT

Spice Jet Announce that Now they have allow's to use Mobile Phones and PEDs during frying. Following are the announcement details
In light of the recent changes in DGCA regulations regarding the use of mobile phones and personal electronic devices (PEDs) during flight, SpiceJet will allow the use of mobile phones and PEDs that have "Flight" or "Airplane" mode during the flight, starting today.
The phones and devices must be put into Flight mode and then switched off prior to takeoff, and cabin crew will inform passengers when it is safe to use the devices once airborne. With this move, SpiceJet becomes the first airline in India to implement the DGCA's recently amended regulation regarding use of phones inflight. Previously phones and other devices were required to be completely switched off during the flight.
However, as of now the use of phones and PEDs on SpiceJet flights will be prohibited during take-off/landing even in Flight mode, and can be used only above 10,000 feet. This is primarily because landing and take-off phases require additional aircraft-related certifications which require time to complete, and in addition SpiceJet is reviewing all of the implications of allowing the usage during these stages of flight.
It should be noted that Flight mode disables the phone's transmission functionality, so phones will not be used to make calls or use any other transmission - related functionality during the flight.‎