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SpiceJet Flight Cancellation Compensation

Compensation for Cancelled & Overbooked Flights

In case your Spicejet flight was cancelled or overbooked then you have the right to obtain compensation which is over and above the refund ticket amount. To know the eligibility for cancelled or overbooked flights learn the basic rights and its benefits from our website. It is possible to receive a payment of up to ₹20,000 as a compensation amount. You can also use our free app. If you are eligible for the claim as per the calculation results then, we will help you in getting compensaiton from Spicejet. Nothing will be charged from you until we are successful in obtaining the compensation on your behalf. refundme.in is the competent partner who will take charge of quick process keeping in mind your safety. For successful claim refundme.in will charge a commission of only 30 % from you. Thus No win No Fee!!!

When am I entitled to compensation?

According to DCGA Rules airline passengers are entitled to compensation in the event of cancelled and overbooked flights.

About SpiceJet

Spicejet was acquired by Ajay Singh in the year 2004 and restarted operations. It is headquartered in Gurugram and has a market share of 13.3% as of October 2017. The first flight took off from Delhi to Mumbai in 2005. Now the net income of the airline approximately ₹557 crores. The first Spicejet international flight took off in 2010 from Delhi to Kathmandu. Spicejet plans to increase its operational fleet to 200 airplanes by the end of the decade. The Managing Director confirmed the purchase of 100 aircraft from Boeing or Airbus during a conference at Dubai in 2015. Spicejet has operating hubs at New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, and Hyderabad and 312 daily flights take off from 47 domestic and 7 international destinations. In 2017 at an event in Paris, the airline signed a letter of intent with Bombardier to purchase 50 Q400 aircraft in order to actively participate in an initiative by the Indian government to cater passenger traffic in India.