SpiceJet has added a new international destination to its network with the introduction on 23 March of daily flights from Kolkata (CCU) to Dhaka (DAC) in Bangladesh. The carrier will use its Q400s on the short, 238-kilometre route, which is already served by five other airlines. According to OAG data, Air India, Jet Airways and Regent Airways all offer daily non-stop flights, while Air India Express and Novo Air both provide an additional four weekly flights. Dhaka becomes only the seventh destination outside of India for SpiceJet. The LCC operates 68 flights per week to/from Dubai, with Colombo (14 weekly flights) and Bangkok Suvarnabhumi (13 weekly flights) the only other international cities served more than once per day. The carrier’s other international destinations are Kabul (Afghanistan), Malé (Maldives) and Muscat (Oman).
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