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Jet Airways launches Daily Flights between Delhi and Srinagar

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Wednesday, 8 April 2009

Indias Jet Airways has launched a new, daily service on the Delhi-Srinagar sector, to cater to the upcoming holiday traffic.

The airline will operate a state-of-the-art Boeing 737 aircraft on the sector, with a dual-class configuration.

Jet Airways flight 9W 605 will depart New Delhi at 1115 hrs, arriving in Srinagar at 1235 hrs. On the return leg, 9W 606 will depart Srinagar at 1310 hrs, arriving in New Delhi at 1435 hrs.

JetLite, Jet Airways subsidiary all-economy airline, has also introduced a new, daily service on the Delhi-Srinagar and Mumbai-Srinagar sectors.

While JetLite will connect New Delhi and Srinagar with a daily, direct service, JetLite will fly daily between New Delhi and Srinagar, via Jammu. JetLite will thus connect New Delhi with both Jammu and Srinagar with the new service.

The airline will operate a state-of-the-art Boeing 737 aircraft on the afore-mentioned sectors.

JetLite flight S2 165 will depart New Delhi at 1020 hrs, arriving in Jammu at 1125 hrs. S2 165 will then depart Jammu at 1155 hrs, arriving in Srinagar at 1230 hrs. Flight S2 166 will depart Srinagar at 1255 hrs, arriving in Jammu at 1345 hrs. S2 166 will then depart Jammu at 1415 hrs, arriving in New Delhi at 1535 hrs.

On the Mumbai-Srinagar sector, flight S2 671 will depart Mumbai at 1120 hrs, arriving in Srinagar at 1400 hrs. Flight S2 672 will depart Srinagar at 1430 hrs arriving in Mumbai at 1655 hrs.

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