To entice flyers with authentic Mughlai cuisine, SpiceJet has tied-up with Old Delhi's iconic restaurant, Karim's. For the uninitiated, Karim's is an iconic landmark for the food connoisseurs dated to its Mughal legacy since 1913. Accordingly, the airline is introducing the 'Shan-e-Tandoor' platter, from Karim's on-board select flights. "To start with, the platter will be available on select domestic and international flights departing from New Delhi, effective from 19th February, 2021, followed by Mumbai and Kolkata and eventually the entire network," the airline said in a statement.
"SpiceJet will also be adding many more delicacies from Karim's to its elaborate in-flight menu in the coming weeks."
Additionally, SpiceJet will keep serving its curated vegetarian and non-vegetarian flyers 'Hot Meals'. The airline, on February 11, announced that it will be commencing 24 new domestic flights in February from various cities including Ajmer, Jaisalmer, Ahmedabad and Bengaluru. The airline said it would be the only airline to start flights on the Ajmer-Mumbai route and Ahmedabad-Amritsar route.
The new flights also include four new seasonal flights connecting Jaisalmer, the 'Golden City' of India, with Delhi and Ahmedabad, the airline said in a release. The airline will also launch daily flights on the Ahmedabad-Bengaluru, Kolkata-Guwahati and Guwahati-Delhi routes.