Wednesday December 19, 2018
Home India SpiceJet unve...

SpiceJet unveils new mobile app for android and iOS platforms

2
//
www.fonearena.com
Republish
Reprint
www.fonearena.com
www.fonearena.com

New Delhi: Spice Jet launched its all-new Spice jet mobile app for Android and iOS platforms on Wednesday.

According to the Delhi-based airline, the app will enable customers on-the-go to make and manage bookings, check flight changes, status, cancellations and receive exclusive offers.

Also, the app will record information to make payments easier after the first time use. The payment gateway of the app offers a variety of options like quick pay, credit card, debit card and Internet banking.

It will allow customers to book or add exciting SpiceJet add-on products such as seats, meals, SpiceMAX, and Spice Assurance. Customers will also be able to pre-book excess baggage at discounted rates through this app, with just a few taps on the screen.

(IANS)

Click here for reuse options!
Copyright 2015 NewsGram

Next Story

SpiceJet To Test A Flight Powered By BioFuel

The success of the flight will pave the way for further testing and aid in fulfilling the central government's move to curtail India's dependence on crude oil imports

0
Spicejet, Wikimedia

Budget passenger carrier SpiceJet is set to conduct India’s first test flight which will be partially powered by biofuel, on Monday.

According to sources, a concoction of bio-fuel will power one of the turbine engines of a SpiceJet’s Q400 turboprop flight.

“This will be India’s first test flight using biofuels,” sources said.

“There will be government officials, who will monitor the parameters set up for such a test flight.”

The flight will be operated from Dehradun to Delhi. It will be received by key Cabinet Ministers and airline’s top management at IGI Airport Terminal 2.

 

SpiceJet, Biofuel
A concoction of bio-fuel will power one of the turbine engines of a SpiceJet’s Q400 turboprop flight.

 

Globally, bio-fuel powered flights are operated in Canada.

The development assumes significance as high air turbine fuel (ATF) prices have dented India’s domestic airline sector with all the major players reporting losses for the first quarter of 2018-19.

Currently, fuel prices constitute 45-50 per cent of the overall operations cost of domestic airlines.

Also Read: SpiceJet To Launches A Direct Service on The Kolkata-Dhaka-Kolkata Sector

India’s ATF prices are amongst the highest in the world due to the addition of state levies and taxes. The fuel is not under the GST ambit unlike the bunker fuel used in the shipping industry.

Besides, the success of the flight will pave the way for further testing and aid in fulfilling the central government’s move to curtail India’s dependence on crude oil imports.(IANS)