Spicejet: SpiceJet launches BagProtekt for flyers hassled by delayed or missing baggage


PUNE: SpiceJet has started back protection, a service designed to protect passengers from delayed or missing baggage problems. Offered in partnership with Blue Ribbon Bags, the add-on service provides expedited tracking and return of delayed or lost baggage on all domestic and international flights on the SpiceJet network.
Passengers can opt for the service at a nominal price of Rs. 95 per person for domestic and Rs. 330 per person for international routes. This service includes up to two checked bags per passenger. Lost/delayed baggage claims up to Rs. 19,000 for domestic and Rs. 66,000 for international flights are payable if a bag is not tracked within 96 hours of flight arrival.
Shilpa Bhatiaboss Sales manager, SpiceJet, said: “At SpiceJet, we are constantly innovating and offering our passengers a seamless and hassle-free travel experience. Our newest offering, BagProtekt, is in line with our goal of increasing the confidence and comfort of passengers traveling with us by protecting baggage from delays and loss. Available at a low cost, the add-on service provides expedited tracking and return of missing or delayed baggage, and keeps our passengers updated on the status of their mishandled baggage.”
Passengers can opt for the “BagProtekt” additional service when booking their flight on the SpiceJet website. The service can also be added to an existing booking through the Manage Booking section of the airline’s website. Blue Ribbon Bags handles insurance coverage, baggage tracking and claims processing.

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