Wednesday, October 30, 2019

India's SpiceJet extends suspension of Pakyong flights

SpiceJet has been forced to extend the suspension of its services from Kolkata Int'l to Gangtok, the capital of the mountainous northern Indian state of Sikkim. The airline had originally intended to resume the service from October 1.

Up until the end of May, the low-cost carrier was operating the 274-nautical mile (507 kilometre) sector with a daily Dash 8-400 rotation. The ch-aviation schedules module confirms that this was SpiceJet's only service in Sikkim state.

In August 2018, SpiceJet was awarded two routes to Pakyong, one from Kolkata and one from Delhi Int'l under the regional connectivity scheme (Ude Desh ka aam Nagrik - UDAN). To date, the Delhi-Pakyong service has yet to be launched.
30/10/19 ch-aviation
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