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Monday, 12 February 2018

SpiceJet flight to Sikkim

Calcutta: Low-cost airline SpiceJet has been granted permission to fly to Pakyong in Sikkim from Calcutta under the civil aviation ministry's regional connectivity scheme. Flights can start once the airport is cleared for operations.

"We have been selected to operate on the Calcutta-Pakyong-Guwahati and Delhi-Pakyong routes," a SpiceJet official said on Monday.

The airline is planning to operate Bombardier Q400 series aircraft to and from Pakyong. These are turboprop planes with 78 passenger seats each.

Around a week ago, a flight safety team from the airline had conducted an assessment of infrastructure at Pakyong airport along with safety parameters and the navigational aids available there.
To Read the News in Full 23/01/18 Sanjay Mandal/Telegraph
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