Spicejet appointed Amadeus, a travel technology solutions provider as its first global distribution partner on Tuesday.
This would help it reach out to new markets and teavelers across the world.
However, Spicejet’s entire ticketing inventory will continue to be available to domestic travellers through existing channels as well as with Amadeus with a different pricing, the airline said in a statement.
Airline chairman Ajay Singh said this distribution tie-up with Amadeus will enable the airline’s customers to connect with its growing international network.
The Gurugram-based carrier currently operates an average 516 flights daily connecting 59 destinations, including to eight international airports with a with a fleet of 48 Boeing 737s, and 27 regional jets Bombardier Q-400s.
It also has a freighter, a Boeing 737, in the fleet to cater to the cargo flights network.
Amadeus provides its travel technology solutions to over 440 carriers, including over 100 low-cost and full- service carriers globally.