SpiceJet suspends D’sala-Delhi flights

SpiceJet suspends D’sala-Delhi flights

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Our Correspondent
Palampur, May 24

SpiceJet has suspended its flights between Delhi and Dharamsala till June 5 and cancelled the reservations during the period. The airlines has conveyed its decision to the director, Gaggal airport, Kishore Sharma.

The cancellation amount would be maintained in a credit shell and could be used to make fresh bookings. “We are cancelling the reservations till June 5. The amount will be maintained in a credit shell and may be used to make fresh bookings for the same passengers,” sources added.

Before Covid, three flights of SpiceJet operated daily. Air-India was also operating two flights between Delhi-Dharamsala and one between Dharamsala-Chandigarh.

Now, only one flight of Air-India is operational between Delhi-Dharamsala via Chandigarh. There were a total five flights between Delhi-Dharamsala, while one flight was connected with Jaipur. There were a number of heli-taxi services from Shimla and Hisar to the airport.

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