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SpiceJet temporarily suspends flight on Puducherry – Bengaluru – Hyderabad route

SpiceJet has temporarily suspended some of Hyderabad and Bengaluru-bound flights operating from Puducherry to accommodate special carriers for Haj pilgrims till July 2. Operation on these routes will resume on July 3.

SpiceJet is operating special flights to Jeddah by withdrawing some carriers on certain busy routes. These include the Q400 Bombardier aircraft, which ply on the Hyderabad-Puducherry-Bengaluru route, and have been diverted, sources said.

Although operations will resume from July 3, sources said that it will be withdrawn temporarily again in August when special flights will bring back pilgrims from Jeddah.

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