"SME traveller is aimed to target nearly 70-100 million MSMEs in the country who contribute to eight percent of the country's GDP. Hence we definitely see a business need to reach out to this section," said SpiceJet chief commercial officer Kaneswaran Avili.
The scheme is a part of new self-booking innovative tool which allows qualifying firms to manage their cost, schedule and overall travel requirements.
"This product enables individual business travellers of the registered SMEs to manage their travel needs on their own, while providing complete visibility
and transparency to the SME business and travel managers," the company said in a statement.
Another unique feature of the tool is 'Spice Points' which enables the SME travellers to obtain further discounts on their future travel.