Jet Airways to launch Daily non-stop Flights between Delhi and London Heathrow

Travel News Asia 12 September 2005

Jet Airways is to launch a daily non-stop flight from Delhi to London Heathrow effective 30th October, 2005. This is pursuant to Jet Airways being allocated seven additional frequencies on the India (Mumbai / Delhi) London (Heathrow) route by the Government of India. Currently, Jet Airways operates daily non-stop flights from Mumbai to London.

The early morning flight 9W 122 will depart daily from the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi at 0255 hrs and will arrive at London Heathrow Airport at a convenient time of 0700 hrs. From London Heathrow, 9W 121 will depart daily at 0930 hrs and arrive into Delhi at 2335 hrs the same day.

Jet Airways will deploy the A340-300 Enhanced aircraft on this route with a capacity to seat 269 passengers in a two-class layout. Premiere class with 38 seats offers six-abreast seating so passengers are assured either an aisle or window seat.

A 32 seat pitch in Economy class with 231 seats, has passengers typically seated eight-across.

On Jet Airways service from Delhi London Heathrow, passengers will experience the latest in in-flight entertainment, with Digital Audio and Video on Demand in all seats. High resolution arm LCD screens for sharper, brighter images are available in Premiere and seatback LCD screens in Economy class.

A wide choice of Hollywood and Bollywood feature films, a library of 60 audio CDs, 8 audio broadcast channels, single and Multi-player Interactive Games have been exclusively programmed for Jet Airways passengers.

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