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Spicejet To Connect Sarjah

Low Cost carrier SpiceJet is going to start its flight operations to Sharjah and New Delhi shortly from Biju Patnaik International Airport here.

 
Earlier, Air Asia had started operations from Bhubaneswar to Kuala Lumpur which is said to have opened up new avenues for people residing in Odisha planning a visit to the Far East and Australia.
 
Presently, Air Asia is operating direct flight services to Kuala Lumpur five days a week from Bhubaneswar airport.
 
The international flight operation from Bhubaneswar is likely to play a crucial role in boosting the tourism potential in Odisha in particular, said tour operators in the city.
 
International low cost carrier Air Asia launched domestic services from the Biju Patnaik International Airport from today.
 
The domestic services were launched to and from Bangalore and Kolkata. According to director of the city airport sources, an Air Asia flight took off at 5.05 pm from Kolkata and landed in Bhubaneswar at 6.10 pm.
 
Another flight of the Malaysian low-cost airline set out on its journey to Bangalore at 6.50 pm from the Capital City of Odisha and landed there at 9.10 pm.
 
Later, another flight took off to Kolkata from Bhubaneswar at 11.25 pm. With these two new services, the number of flights providing daily services at Biju Patnaik International Airport has went up  to 28.


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