SpiceJet to Connect Northeast India with Myanmar and Bangladesh

SpiceJet, an Indian low-cost carrier, has unveiled a range of new services as a part of the subsidized regional connectivity initiative by the Indian Government.

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The airline has announced two international flight routes that will connect cities in Northeast India with neighboring destinations in Myanmar and Bangladesh.

Agartala in the state of Tripura, India, will be connected with Chattogram in Bangladesh, while Imphal in Manipur, India, will be linked with Mandalay in Myanmar. These additional flight routes are expected to commence operations by the end of June.

SpiceJet has included these flights in its UDAN scheme, which enables airlines to operate subsidized flights in order to facilitate regional connectivity. In addition to these international routes, SpiceJet also has plans to launch and resume several other domestic and international flights as part of the regional connectivity scheme.

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