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SpiceJet resumes flights between Kabul and Delhi

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SpiceJet resumes flights between Kabul and Delhi

spicejetIndian airline SpiceJet has resumed flights between Kabul and New Delhi with effect from August, 1st.

The airline had temporarily suspended its flights to Kabul following the recent attacks at Kabul airport.

A statement released by the airline in July said the suspension was for the safety of the passengers in view of the security situation in Kabul and its airport.

SpiceJet said Friday that the flights will be resumed as per old schedule and will have flights to capital Kabul thrice a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.


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