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Jet Airways launches Flights between New Delhi and New York via Brussels

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Latest Travel News Friday, 2 November 2007

India's Jet Airways has launched a daily flight from New Delhi to New Yorks John F Kennedy (JFK) International Airport, via its hub in Brussels.

The airline already operates daily flights on the Mumbai-Brussels- New York (Newark) sector. With the induction of this new daily Delhi- Brussels - New York (JFK) service Jet Airways will further complement and enhance the airlines services offering its passengers a second flight to New York city.

At Brussels, flights will be synchronized in order to provide passengers a seamless transfer between Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai to cities in North America - New York (JFK), Toronto and New York (Newark).

For the Delhi - New York (JFK) flight, Jet Airways will use a brand new Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft, which has been configured in a three-class configuration for international operations with 8 Suites in First Class, 30 seats in Premiere Class and 274 seats in the Economy Class.

Each First Class suite provides over 26sq ft of usable space and features dual sliding doors that provide complete privacy. These suites will feature one of the worlds longest First Class beds at 83 inches and 20 inch flat screen monitors. The finest of French Wines, Champagnes, including vintage Dom Perignon and Krug, and a library of single malt whiskies will also be offered.

Jet Airways will operate into American Airlines brand new terminal at JFK and passengers will be able to connect to the American Airlines network.

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