Under the platform, MSME executives can avail up to 10 percent discount and collect \\\"Spice Points\\\" upon each completed travel, among other benefits
SpiceJet has launched a scheme micro, small and medium medium enterprises (MSME) travellers, offering them up to 10 per cent discount on fares, as per a PTI report.
The private carrier unveiled what it claimed was first-of-its kind dedicated self-booking platform, 'SME Traveller', for air travellers for this corporate segment, offering flexibility and savings on every booking.
Under the platform, MSME executives can avail up to 10 percent discount and collect "Spice Points" upon each completed travel, among other benefits, the airline told PTI.
Spice Points enables the travellers to obtain further discounts on their future travel. The product allows qualifying firms to manage their cost, schedule and overall travel requirements proactively. It also enables individual business travellers of the registered MSMEs to manage their own travel needs, it said.
"SME traveler is aimed at targeting nearly 70-100 million MSMEs in the country who contribute to 8 per cent of the country's GDP besides contributing to 36 per cent of the total value of exports. Therefore, we definitely see a business need to reach out to this section," Kaneswaran Avili, Chief Commercial Officer, SpiceJet told PTI.