SpiceJet to launch corporate frequent flyer programme

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    SpiceJet Ltd, India’s second-largest low-fare airline, has introduced a corporate frequent flyer programme to woo business travellers.

    SpiceJet is offering one free one-way ticket for every six completed one-way journeys and two free one-way tickets for every 10 completed one-way tickets for registered flyers of its Corporate Benefit Program, according to the SpiceJet website.

    The offer is valid only on domestic flights and the airline will bear only the base fare and fuel surcharge on the free tickets. Frequent flyer programmes are generally offered by full-service airlines such as Jet Airways (India) Ltd and Air India Ltd.

    India’s low-fare airlines and full-service airlines are moving into each other’s territory as competition intensifies amid an economic slowdown.

    Low-fare airlines such as GoAir, run by Wadia Group’s Go Airlines (India) Pvt. Ltd and IndiGo, operated by InterGlobe General Aviation Pvt. Ltd, have begun offering a slew of free services and discounts similar to full-service airlines. They are also offering customers car rentals, holiday packages and special services apart from discounts.

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