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Jet Airways launches Delhi / Mumbai - Colombo Flights

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Indias Jet Airways has launched daily direct flights to Colombo from Mumbai and Delhi. The new service is being operated with Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

Flight 9W 256 will depart Mumbai daily at 02:10 reaching Colombo at 04:45. On the return sector, flight 9W 255 will depart Colombo at 20:45 and reach Mumbai at 23:20.

On the Colombo- Delhi sector, 9W 258 will depart Colombo at 07:50 and reach Delhi at 11:30. On the return, flight 9W 257 will depart Delhi at 13:05 and arrive at Colombo at 16:40.

The commencement of these two new flights between India and Sri Lanka , are in addition to the existing double daily Chennai- Colombo Chennai services. The Airline launched International operations to Chennai- Colombo Chennai in 2004.

Mr. Sudheer Raghavan, CCO, Jet Airways, said, Jet Airways is delighted to provide direct links from the financial and the national capital to the Emerald Isle, which is fast emerging as a highly rated global tourism destination. We are happy to offer seamless connections to several destinations to our guests from Colombo across our Global network through our two important gateways of Delhi and Mumbai. We are also happy at the same time to strengthen air connectivity to destinations within the SAARC region with convenient connections to both Kathmandu and Dhaka via Delhi.

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