SpiceJet to introduce business class seats, unusual for a no-frills airline
Updated : April 25, 2019 12:36 PM IST
SpiceJet will add the business class seats in the first batch of five Jet Airways' Boeing 737s that it will add to its fleet, chairman Ajay Singh told CNBC-TV18 in an interview.
SpiceJet commenced its operations in 2005 and is known to be a no-frills airline.
SpiceJet had tweaked its business model in 2014 by introducing the SpiceMAX facility, which absorbs some parts of the business class experience for passengers.
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