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Jet Airways moves to Singapore Airport's New Terminal 3

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Latest Travel News Thursday, 27 March 2008

Jet Airways has now moved all its Singapore in-bound and out-bound flights to Changi Airport's new Terminal 3. The airline presently operates 21 flights weekly from Singapore, including daily flights to Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai.

Gerry Oh, Jet Airways Regional Vice President - South East Asia, said, "Singapore is an important gateway for Jet Airways and operating from T3 enables us to provide a seamless, high-quality experience for Jet Airways passengers flying to and from Singapore. CAAS has done a fantastic job in creating T3."

Early next month, Jet Airways will open a Jet Airways lounge at T3 for JetPrivilege and Premiere class travellers.

The airline has grown from four aircraft in 1993 to a current fleet of 80 aircraft. Today, the airline is acknowledged as having one of the youngest aircraft fleets in the world and flies to more than 59 destinations internationally and operates over 370 flights daily.

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