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SpiceJet enhances it's industry-leading SpiceMAX product to include a complimentary meal and beverage and priority baggage
handling with the purchase of every SpiceMAX seat

GURGAON, 1 May 2015: SpiceJet, the second largest and most innovative low fare airline in India, today announced that it will make permanent the inclusion of a complimentary meal and beverage and priority baggage handling with the purchase of every SpiceMAX seat. The airline had earlier announced a limited period offer with these additions, and as a result of very positive customer response, has decided to continue with this on a permanent basis.

The SpiceMAX product therefore now includes the following benefits:

1. Priority check-in

2. The most legroom economy class seats in the world (upto 6 inches more legroom than standard economy class seats, and more legroom that premium economy seats on some other airlines)

3. Complimentary meal and beverage (hot meals on Boeing flights over 75 minutes) from an all-new menu

4. Priority baggage delivery

The first 5 rows of SpiceJet’s Boeing aircraft, and the front row on the Bombardier Q400 aircraft, are especially configured to offer SpiceMAX seats.‎ The second exit row on Boeings will also henceforth be designated SpiceMAX seats.

SpiceMAX is available for an add-on fee of Rs 500 to Rs 1000 per sector (depending on aircraft and flight length), and can be purchased by selecting a SpiceMAX seat on the seat map at the time of booking, at any time after booking using the “Manage My Booking” option, or during web or airport check-in (based on availability).

About SpiceJet:

SpiceJet is India’s #2 low fare airline that has made flying more affordable for more Indians than ever before. SpiceJet operates 245 daily flights to 41 destinations, including 34 Indian and 7 international cities. SpiceJet connects its network using next generation fleet of 20 Boeing aircraft along with 15 Bombardier Q-400 aircraft. The majority of SpiceJet’s fleet offer SpiceMAX, the most spacious economy class seating in India and perhaps the world, as an additional fee option.


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