India’s low-airfare airline SpiceJet on Thursday announced to start daily air services between Himachal’s tourist destination, Dharamshala and New Delhi from June 7.
Air India also provide services to Dharamshala that is located few kilometers from the abode of Tibetan’s Spiritual leader Dalai Lama but after SpiceJet’s entry into the fray, travelers can expect cheaper air tickets.
In fact, SpiceJet is offering air ticket at a low rate of Rs 4,775 for traveling from Delhi to Dharamshala as compared to earlier price of Rs 6,000 to 10,000 per ticket and the airline has started booking for air tickets from today.
The SpiceJet flight will takeoff from Delhi early in the morning at 5.55 am and it will reach Dharamshala at 7.30 am while from Dharamshala it will take off at 7.50 am and land in Delhi at 0920 am daily.
SpiceJet’s Chief Executive Neil Mills in a statement said that the airline is excited to finally start services on the Delhi-Dharamshala route. “With our extensive network from Delhi, travellers from Dharamshala can easily plan their travel on our wide network easily now,” Mills said.
The airline will deploy its Bombardier Q400 aircraft on Delhi-Dharamshala route that can carry 78 passengers.