SpiceJet Limited will fly to London’s Heathrow Airport from New Delhi and Mumbai starting 4 December.
The airline will operate two weekly flights between Delhi and London and one weekly flight between Mumbai and London. SpiceJet earlier secured slots at London’s Heathrow Airport to operate flights.
SpiceJet’s flights to London operated under the India-UK air bubble agreement. This to fly passengerseither way without restrictions. India currently has air bubble arrangements with several countries, including the US, UK, UAE, Maldives, France, Germany, Canada, Qatar, Bahrain, Nigeria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Japan.
Therefore at present, Indian airlines, which include the national carrier Air India Limited and Vistara on a joint venture between Tata sons and Singapore Airlines. This to operate multiple weekly flights between India and the UK. Similarly like British Airways and Virgin Atlantic similarly operate flights between the two countries.