6 New Flights To Bangkok From These Indian Cities Launched Under Air Bubble By SpiceJet

6 New Flights To Bangkok From These Indian Cities Launched Under Air Bubble By SpiceJet
6 New Flights To Bangkok From These Indian Cities Launched Under Air Bubble By SpiceJet

On February 25th, the Indian airline SpiceJet announced the launch of their six new international flights to Bangkok. This strategic move by the company will increase the connectivity between India and Thailand. The move has been made under ‘air bubble agreement’. New flights will become operational starting from 10th March in phases, the company revealed in a statement. 

Cities that will be connected to Bangkok 

The airline will be introducing daily direct flights that connect Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata with Bangkok. SpiceJet is going to be using the Boeing 737 aircrafts on these routes.

Shilpa Bhatia, Chief Commercial Officer, SpiceJet stated, “We are delighted to launch new flights connecting Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata with Bangkok. The Thai Capital has always been among the top picks for leisure travellers and a favourite international destination for SpiceJet passengers. With international leisure travel picking up again, we expect our new flights to do very well.”

Flight fares

Customers will be able to book tickets for these flights from the official website i.e. www.spicejet.com, SpiceJet’s mobile app and through online travel portals and agents. The fares for one way tickets to Bangkok from Delhi and Mumbai start from Rs. 12,000 and fares from Kolkata are around Rs. 10,000.  

Customers looking to go to Bangkok from India this summer will have way more options to choose from now. 

SpiceJet is expanding its network

The airline is looking to expand their network and Bangkok is not the only destination receiving special attention from SpiceJet. Just last week, the airline announced that it plans to add 24 new flights to its network. 

This month SpiceJet has started a flight from Delhi to Khajuraho which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This flight was started as a part of the government’s UDAN scheme. Notably, SpiceJet is the only airline which is connecting these two cities through a direct flight. Starting from 22nd February, the airline has also connected Delhi to Sharjah for the very first time with four weekly flights. 

Other connections that the airline network that will start soon include Mumbai with Tirupati & Jharsuguda, Jodhpur with Chennai, and Varanasi with Dehradun. These connections will be made for the first time by SpiceJet. 


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