Travel Updates

Guidelines for domestic air travel

After booking its mandatory for all passengers to do "Web check-in" their PNR with pre-selected seats to avoid the long queue at the airport.

Passengers travelling with Checked-in luggage, need to add their luggage during web check-in. Per Passenger 1 piece of Checked in Baggage upto 15 kgs will be allowed. Addition to this one small hand luggage less than of 7 Kgs per passenger will be allowed.
Carriage of printout of Boarding card and Baggage label which will be sent to the guest on their contact details or can download during web check-in.
Also can carry Mobile boarding pass and carry printed or written baggage label, format will be available on SpiceJet website.
Before reaching to the airport, Passenger need to paste the attached Baggage label on the baggage OR guest can write the mandatory fields i.e. PNR, Name of the passenger, Sector and Flight Number on plain paper & paste the same on baggage which should be prominently visible, as airport may not be having any pasting material to place the labels on the baggage.
Each passenger Contact number and Email id is mandatory to be provided during booking.
Partners are requested to provide the Boarding pass and Baggage labels to the guests for their seamless travel.
Passenger Health declaration status and their mobile should have “Arogya Setu” app which shows Green status.
Passenger must be wearing mask properly at the airport & throughout the journey.
Passenger must sanitize at airports at various points.
Maintain Social distancing at the airport as per the markings/guidance.

Passengers travelling to the below states have to comply with the respective state government regulations on obtaining a mandatory e-pass from the websites links mentioned below:



Tamil Nadu:



Failure to produce confirmed e-pass at check-in counter may lead to denied boarding.

Further requested to all the passengers to check the respective websites of state governments where they are traveling to, for any travel related advisory that may have been issued by them. Non-compliance of the same may result in denied boarding.

Air India has updated its waiver policy for domestic and international flights.

Air India Latest News: All Air India tickets irrespective of their date of purchase will be considered valid till December 31, 2021, Air India has announced in its new waiver policy. This is irrespective of their current validity and ticket type i.e. the Value of the ticket will be fully protected. Passengers holding Air India Documents (098) and have/had their flights cancelled or were not allowed to travel on the flight, owing to changed entry restrictions due to COVID-19 from 15 March 20 onwards till 24 Aug 2020 can avail this option. Also, the booking must be done before 31st December 2021 and the journey to be completed latest by 31st December 2021.

The airline will also allow one free change. Flyers can change the date/flight/route) without paying any extra money. For date and flight change, no Change fee will be collected irrespective of booking code in the same cabin — for travel till August 24. 

After August 24, however, if the same RBD (reservation booking designator) is available on the same route but the fare is higher, the fare difference will be waived. Applicable fare difference will be charged in case of fare in other RBD (other than lower or same RBD) is higher.

Passenger desiring a change in the routing of the ticket will be allowed to adjust the value of the existing ticket against the new fare. Ticket will have to be reissued along with the difference of fare, if applicable. No re-issuance charges will be levied for such cases. However, no differential fare refund will be permitted in case new ticket fare is lower than the existing ticket fare, it said.

Source: (22nd Jun 2020)