Indian low-cost carrier GoAir will start international routes from 11 October with flights to the Thai island of Phuket from New Delhi and Mumbai.
The airline will also launch flights to Male in the Maldives from Mumbai and Delhi on 14 October.
GoAir will be sixth Indian carrier to operate flights outside of the country joining Air India, Air India Express, Jet Airways, IndiGo, and Spicejet in flying overseas.
The airline launched domestic services in November 2005 and was granted rights in August 2016 to operate to nine countries, including China, Thailand, Vietnam, Maldives, Kazakhstan, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
GoAir has a fleet of 28 Airbus aircraft and was planning on starting flying internationally in October last year, but had to put plans on hold due engine issues on some of its Airbus A320neo aircraft.