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If you’re craving for Vietnamese pho or some cheesy ema datshi, getting the real deal is just getting easier. Indian budget air carrier GoAir is planning to add more international routes to its expanding list and on its sights are Vietnam, Bhutan and Cambodia.
GoAir recently revealed that they are considering expanding their network to the SAARC countries by the end of this year. Travellers are in for a treat as this announcement comes in the form of an added bonus along with flights to Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Muscat.
According to IANS, the airline is rapidly increasing its international presence and will soon deploy capacity to Bhutan in the coming days. These international flights are being operated on re-allocated slots of Jet Airways and GoAir has the rights over these till September 2019.
With these newly laid plans in place, tourists have an opportunity to explore the vibrant city of Phnom Penh, pay a visit to the massive and famed Angkor Wat and go on a shopping spree without really burning a hole in the pocket which we are sure is on the bucket list of all travel enthusiasts.
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