Low-cost airline SpiceJet will expand its overseas operations with flights to six countries, including Maldives, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, China, Hong Kong and Thailand, by the end of October this year.
''We will launch flights for Kabul, Riyadh, China, Hong Kong, Bangkok, and Male in Maldives. The services to these countries will be start by October end,'' SpiceJet CEO Neil Mills said today.
SpiceJet, which mostly operates in the domestic circuit connecting almost all destinations within the country, also operates international flight services to Dubai, Kathmandu and Colombo.
Mills said SpiceJet would try to connect non-metro cities in the country to international destinations as far as possible.
SpiceJet today also announced services connecting Chandigarh, Amritsar and Srinagar to Delhi, expanding its operations in the North.
Besides, the airline will start operations connecting the cities of Dehradun and Indore to Delhi in the coming days, taking its domestic services to 37 airports.