SpiceJet adds two more Dubai routes

spiceJet 737-800 at dubai airport air traffic control tower amritsar and kozhikode

A SpiceJet 737-800 parked at Dubai Airport with its iconic air traffic control tower in the background. With the addition of services from Amritsar and Kozhikode, the Indian LCC now serves the UAE’s busiest hub from eight airports.

  • SpiceJet has increased the number of direct services to Dubai (DXB) by adding new flights from Amritsar (ATQ) and Kozhikode (CCJ). Both routes began on 15 November and will be served by the airline’s 737-800s. The 2,025-kilometre sector from Amritsar will operate daily (except Saturdays) and face direct competition from Air India Express (daily flights). The 2,675-kilometre route from Kozhikode will operate daily and go up against Air India, Air India Express and IndiGo, all of whom operate daily flights. SpiceJet already serves Dubai from six other Indian cities; Ahmedabad, Delhi, Kochi, Madurai, Mumbai and Pune. See how Dubai Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.


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