SpiceJet launches two routes to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

Leading the launch ceremony was SpiceJet’s SVP Ground Services, Kamal Hingorani, who commented: "Bangkok is our tenth international destination; the strategy going forward will be to expand as much internationally as possible within the five hour flying radius of India. Hopefully we will be adding 3 to 4 international destinations in the next year.”

  • SpiceJet commenced operations to Bangkok on 27 October, as it launched four weekly services from both Bangalore (BLR) and Pune (PNQ) to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi (BKK). Bangkok, the carrier’s 10th international destination will be served using 737-800s. The Indian carrier faces competition from Thai Airways on the 2,500-kilometre route from Bangalore, which the Thai carrier operates with daily frequencies. Commenting on the new service was the airline’s SVP Ground Services, Kamal Hingorani: “We already operate to 10 international stations and are exploring a few more as we go along. We have already announced the Madurai to Dubai service, which starts next month on 22 November. We are also looking at connecting Kuala Lumpur to a few cities in the country.”

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