Bookings for tickets on these routes are now open
Budget airline SpiceJet today said it will start daily flights on three new international routes -- Kochi-Male, Kochi-Dubai and Dubai-Ahmedabad.
Flights on Kochi-Male route will commence from November 29, while operations on Kochi-Dubai and Ahmedabad-Dubai will commence from December 10 and 19, respectively, the company said in a statement.
Bookings for tickets on these routes are now open, it said.
SpiceJet will be offering direct flight from Kochi to Male and the inaugural ticket fare is Rs 4,999 (one way fare inclusive of all taxes).
Male is the new international destination that SpiceJet will connect, while the airline already operates daily flights to Dubai from Mumbai and Delhi.
With these new routes, the total number of international destinations on SpiceJet network would increase to five. At present SpiceJet flies to Kathmandu, Colombo, Kabul and Dubai.
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