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SpiceJet now offers discount to senior citizen
Flat 15% discount on base fare on all domestic flights
  • Booking & Travel period: July 15 – September 30, 2016
  • Limited seats, offer available on First-Come-First-Served basis

Gurgaon, 15 July, 2016: “It is never too late to fly with SpiceJet, in fact things just get better with age” says India’s favourite low cost airline. In its latest offering, the airline which flaunts the red hot spicy image representing a lively youthful brand is all out to woo the senior citizens of the country. The airline has announced a flat 15% off on the base fare for all its senior citizen customers.

The booking and travel period for the offer scheduled between 15th July to 30th September 2016 is applicable for senior citizens above the age of 60 years. The senior citizen discount is applicable only on the base fare and can be availed for all domestic flights on both one-way and round-trip bookings.

Tickets for this new sale can be booked through our reservations helpline or online on, by opting in for senior citizen fare. Tickets under this offer are changeable, cancellable and refundable (after deducting applicable cancellation fee), though non-transferable as name changes are not permitted.

Web check-in is not allowed for senior citizen discount bookings and with limited inventory under the offer, seats will be available on a First-Come-First-Served basis. These fares are not applicable on group bookings. Fares vary from sector to sector depending on the travel distance and flight schedules and timings are subject to regulatory approvals and change(s).

About SpiceJet Ltd:

SpiceJet is India’s #2 budget airline that has made flying more affordable for more Indians than ever before. SpiceJet operates 298 daily flights to 41 destinations, including 35 domestic and 6 international ones. SpiceJet connects its network with a fleet of 26 Boeing 737NG and 14 Bombardier Q-400s. The majority of SpiceJet’s fleet offers SpiceMAX, the most spacious economy class seating in India and perhaps the world, as an additional fee option.