Pay for flight tickets in instalments, SpiceJet launches new scheme

Indian Travellers
Passengers at the Terminal 3 of the IGI Airport to board a flight in New Delhi. Photo: PTI

New Delhi: SpiceJet on Monday launched a new scheme under which passengers will be able to pay for tickets in three, six or 12 instalments.

"As part of the launch offer, customers will be able to enjoy three months EMI option at no additional cost (no interest)," the airline said in a press release.

To avail the EMI scheme, passengers need to provide basic details like PAN number, Aadhar number or VID and verify it with a one-time password, it mentioned.

Customers will have to make payment of the first EMI by providing their UPI ID and subsequent EMIs would be deducted from the same UPI ID, it noted.

Passengers do not have to provide any credit card or debit card details to avail the EMI scheme, it said.


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