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Air Connectivity With Bangladesh Resumes

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SpiceJet and Vistara on Thursday will non-stop flights to Dhaka from Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata.

Introduction of the new non-stop flights to Dhaka are part of the new air bubble pact signed recently between India and Bangladesh.

Budget airline SpiceJet has introduced three non-flights to Dhaka from Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata, while Vistara will have one flight from Delhi.

Say yeah to Dhaka! SpiceJet is delighted to introduce non-stop flights connecting Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata with Dhaka, starting 5th November, 2020. Visit https://t.co/PykmFjYcix or get the SpiceJet app to book a getaway to Bangladesh today. pic.twitter.com/tXyzQCw4fT

— SpiceJet (@flyspicejet) November 4, 2020

“Say yeah to Dhaka! SpiceJet is delighted to introduce non-stop flights connecting Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata with Dhaka, starting 5th November, 2020. Visit spicejet.com or get the SpiceJet app to book a getaway to Bangladesh today,” the airline said in a tweet.

Similarly, Vistara also tweeted: “The new feeling has finally arrived in Dhaka! We are excited to extend our network in the Indian subcontinent. Dhaka is now a Vistara city!”

On October 17, Civil Aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri had announced that India and Bangladsh had sealed an air bubble pact, and both the nations will soon operate 28 non-stop flights per week.

After the air bubble arrangement between the two countries, SpiceJet announced the launch of eight new flights between India and Bangladesh starting November 5.

SpiceJet will soon add Chittagong as its 11th international destination. Earlier, SpiceJet had introduced a non-stop flight between Guwahati and Dhaka, but stopped it after a couple of months of operation.

SpiceJet is optimistic that there will be good demand on flights to Bangladesh.

Courtesy – NeNow

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