SpiceJet is eyeing more international destinations in former Soviet Union and China. The low cost carrier has sought government approval to fly 10 new destinations. These destinations include Almaty, Tashkent and Macau, while it will also bring Male, Riyadh and Dhaka on its network soon.
Next month, the airline will start operations to Hong Kong and Guangzhou. “We follow a blue ocean strategy for international flights which means flying to places where not too many airlines go. We
would like to fly to more points in China,” Neil Mills, CEO of SpiceJet informed the Times of India.