Jet Airways new FlightsNew flights for Jet Airways
Flights comprise nine "industry's first" itineraries, such as those linking Indore with Jodhpur and Vadodara. Between Bengaluru and Lucknow, Indore-Kolkata, Kolkata-Chandigarh and Coimbatore-Hyderabad the carrier will operate non-stop flights. According to the publication, the new service such as Indore-Vadodara and Indore-Jodhpur would encourage trips and encourage businesses, especially for small and mid-sized businesses in and around Vadodara and Jodhpur. said new flights, extra frequency, more seating capacities in more sector are intended to provide visitors with extra selection and connection.
"Small and medium-sized businesses and business travelers who can take advantage of daily flights back home will also benefit," he added. At present, the company has a total of 121 aircraft in its portfolio.
Airways launches 28 new flights
CHEENNAI: In September, a mixture of non-stop and one-stop flights is included. They will also help link visitors to other destinations such as Chennai as well as the airline's worldwide hub in Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru. From Indore to Jodhpur and to Vadodara; between Chandigarh and Lucknow, Ahmedabad and Jodhpur, and Vadodara and Jaipur.
It will be the only carrier in the Principality to operate these services, which will enhance connections between the northern and southern parts of India. It will introduce extra flights on major legacy services, expand non-stop services between Mumbai and Guwahati, Delhi and Bagdogra and offer one-stop services on the Mumbai - Bagdogra and New Delhi - Guwahati itineraries.
The programme includes non-stop flights between Bengaluru and Lucknow, Indore with Calcutta, Calcutta with Chandigarh, Chimbatore with Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam with Mumbai and Delhi, which reflect the increasing need for its service to make it easier for visitors to reach their destinations. Airways aims to intensify its connection with Indore by providing connections to 14 major towns across the state.
It will be the only carrier to offer a non-stop connection from Indore to developing countries and mini-metros such as Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Vadodara, Jodhpur, Allahabad, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Nagpur and Pune. The company will establish a non-stop connection from Indore to subways such as Calcutta and Hyderabad and to the Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru hub.
Ultimately, the airline's latest flight to Calcutta will connect it with the most important trading and finance centre in the East.