Indian budget carrier SpiceJet has opened reservations for its new domestic business class product that will operate on select domestic routes.

Using Boeing 737NGs formerly operated by Jet Airways, the SpiceBiz product offers 2-2 seating, gourmet meals, lounge access, and priority check-in and boarding.


SpiceJet will launch business class service on limited routes using former Jet Airways Boeing 737-800s on 11 May


The airline’s booking engine shows that it is bring offered on routes between major cities, including Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad.

FlightGlobal contacted SpiceJet for additional details but had not received a response at the time of writing.

Jet suspended operations on 17 April, leaving Air India and Vistara as the only carriers offering business class products in the domestic market.

Cirium’s Fleets Analyzer shows that SpiceJet has taken delivery of five former Jet Airways 737-800s, with one in service and the other four listed as stored.

The carrier has 41 737NGs and 30 Bombardier Q400s in its fleet, while its 13 737 Max 8s are in storage due to the worldwide grounding of the type.

Source: Cirium Dashboard