India’s Jet Airways is to re-introduce its new
Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on its daily services to Newark-Liberty
International Airport from Mumbai, via its European hub in
Brussels. The aircraft change will be effective November 21, 2009
to January 16, 2010.
The airline currently operates daily services on
the sector aboard Airbus A330-200 aircraft, with a twin-class
configuration (Premiere and Economy).
The new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft feature the
airline's First Class signature private suites. Each suite
features one of the world’s longest First Class beds at 83 inches, 23 inch flat screen monitors, carefully designed storage areas
that include a personal hanging wardrobe, dual credenza and under
ottoman stowage, as well as dual sliding doors to ensure complete
Premiere (Business) and Economy guests also
enjoy additional seat space.
Jet Airways also flies daily to New
York’s JFK International Airport from Mumbai, Delhi and
Chennai, via Brussels, aboard its state-of-the-art
Airbus 330-200 aircraft. Passengers fly from Mumbai to
Brussels aboard a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, and onwards
to JFK aboard an Airbus A330-200 aircraft.
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