India’s second-largest budget carrier SpiceJet Ltd. is exploring partnerships with global low-fare carriers as part of its second phase of international expansion. The airline currently serves only two international destinations—Kathmandu, Nepal, from Delhi and Colombo, Sri Lanka, from Chennai—and plans to start flights to 10 more international destinations, including points in South and West Asian countries. “The proposal is in its nascent stage. We are analyzing the routes and ...
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