SpiceJet launched its 50th destination – Dibrugarh by introducing daily flight services on the Guwahati–Dibrugarh route. It is the first airline to offer daily direct air connectivity between the two destinations. The new flight will further connect Dibrugarh with Silchar via Guwahati.
SpiceJet will be operating its Bombardier Q400 aircrafts on this route.
With the introduction of the new service, SpiceJet puts Dibrugarh on the pan India aviation map through seamless onward connections on its network.
“The north eastern region has a distinctive connectivity constraint on account of its difficult terrain and hence SpiceJet has always remained committed to enhancing connectivity to this region. We are extremely pleased to add Dibrugarh to our network which also marks SpiceJet’s 50th destination on the country’s domestic plot,” says Debojo Maharshi, chief marketing officer at SpiceJet.
With the new flights SpiceJet will now operate a total of 26 flights in and out of North East and a total of eight flights within the region.