Low cost airline SpiceJet is planning to rearrange its operations with more leg room for its premium customers and a new food menu, apart from a few additions and omissions in its domestic and international routes. The move comes at a time when the competition in the segment is expected to increase with new players joining the market in near future.
The company today said that it has filed its Summer 2014 schedule for approval, which includes its plans to reconfigure its Boeing 737 aircraft to offer 5 rows of seats with enhanced legroom and value added services. On the product front, it has announced the launch of new and enhanced products and services, including SpiceMAX, a priority handling product for passengers who select a premium seat, and offers in addition to the seat priority check-in, enhanced 10 kg Hand Baggage allowance, and priority checked baggage handling and delivery.
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