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SpiceJet to start 8 new international flights

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New Delhi, June 25, 2019-

Budget passenger carrier SpiceJet will launch eight new non-stop international flights from Mumbai and Delhi to destinations, including Dhaka and Riyadh.

With this, SpiceJet will become the first Indian low-cost carrier to connect Mumbai with Riyadh and Dhaka, and Delhi with Dhaka and Jeddah.

“Riyadh, the capital city of Saudi Arabia, earmarks SpiceJet’s 10th international destination and the fourth station in the Middle Eastern market,” the airline said in a statement on Tuesday.

“The flights to Dhaka and Jeddah are effective from the last week of July, while the flight to Riyadh will commence on August 15, 2019,” the statement added.

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