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Jet Airways launches Delhi - Milan Flights

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Indias Jet Airways has launched daily non-stop flights between New Delhi and Milan, using new Airbus 330-200 aircraft.

 Guests traveling from Milan to India can now connect to 47 destinations on Jet Airways' network within India, and onwards to international destinations like Kathmandu, Dhaka, Colombo, Singapore, Bangkok, and Hong Kong.

Flight 9W 142 departs Delhi at 12:55 arriving in Milan at 18:00. On the return leg, flight 9W 141 departs Milan at 21:25 arriving in Delhi at 09:55.

 Jet Airways is delighted to bridge two ancient and historical civilizations, which now play a very important role in the twenty first century. Milan a truly international and cosmopolitan city is recognized globally, as not only the fashion and design capital of the world but also as the engine room of the Italian economy, said Mr. Sudheer Raghavan, CCO, Jet Airways. We are confident that Jet Airways will soon emerge as the preferred carrier on this popular route given our unparalleled network in India and ever expanding international footprint. Milan, as indeed the European Union is an important market for us and we are convinced of capturing and growing the market. We believe that this new route has the potential to serve the needs of our discerning corporate and leisure travelers.

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