SpiceJet Announces One-Stop Flights Between Italy and India: Details Here

Indian low-cost carrier, SpiceJet has announced that they will operate their Boeing 737 Max twice weekly between Amritsar and Rome Fiumicino and three times weekly between Amritsar and Milan Bergamo.

The operating crew, which consists of the pilots and cabin crew, will change both on the way out of India and on the way home during the 40-minute technical stop that these flights will make in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia.

SpiceJet Flights Schedule to Milan and Rome

Flight No.FromDep. TimeToArr. TimeDays of Ops
SG49ATQ13:30TBS17:50Wed & Fri
SG50FCO20:40TBS03:10Wed & Fri

A SpiceJet official said; “We used to operate a lot of charters to North America and Europe during Covid. There is a significant demand to travel on some of those routes on which we used to operate charters. Hence, we have started scheduled Italy flights (with a technical halt for Fuelling and crew change) from Wednesday. This is the first time we will be operating regularly scheduled flights to Europe.”

The airline had on Wednesday tweeted: “Captured a wonderful moment when India and Italy were on the way to create a new journey. It was a great honour and a pleasure to meet the ambassador of Italy Vincenzo De Luca.”