India’s Jet Airways and Jet Airways Konnect, its
all-economy service, has introduced forty-six new flights across
India as part of its winter schedule which commenced on Monday.
In addition to the launch of new flights on
existing sectors, the airline has introduced services on nine
additional sectors across India, with immediate effect. Jet
Airways Konnect will inaugurate a daily service on the tenth
sector, Aurangabad - Pune, effective 1 March 2011.
The airline will introduce direct services
between Vishakhapatnam and three important Indian metros- Mumbai,
Delhi and Hyderbad. It will also connect Delhi with Bhopal and
Ahmedabad, and Aurangabad with Pune.
Nikos Kardassis, CEO, Jet Airways, said, “With domestic air traffic,
particularly business travel, on an upswing, there has been a
strong up-shift in demand towards twin-cabin services on several
routes. The introduction of Jet Airways’ Premiere and Konnect
Select products on these new routes, in addition to the
introduction of new services on existing domestic routes, is in
response to this, and we are confident that they will prove
extremely popular with guests.”
Airways’ all-economy subsidiary, has introduced thirty new
domestic flights, including the launch of its services on eight
additional sectors across India.
The airline will connect Mumbai and Hyderabad with Raipur.
Nagpur with Bengaluru, Delhi and Indore respectively. JetLite will
also connect Delhi with Pune and Chandigarh, and launch a daily
service between Bengaluru and Chandigarh.
Mr. Nikos Kardassis, said, “JetLite offers guests a compelling value offering with a
superb inflight product, class leading on-time performance and
warm service, all at extremely competitive fares. As such, the
introduction of these new routes is in keeping with the strong
demand for a quality all-economy service, as JetLite provides, on
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