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Jet Airways to launch Dammam Flights

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Indias Jet Airways is to launch daily flights from Thiruvananthapuram to Dammam, its third daily service from India to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, effective 28 March 2010. The airline currently flies daily from Mumbai to Riyadh and Jeddah.

The airline will deploy a two-class state-of-the-art Boeing 737-800 aircraft on the route.

Dammam will be the tenth destination in Jet Airways Gulf network and its third in Saudi Arabia, and the new services from the city will complement the airlines existing daily Gulf operations to Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dubai, Doha, Kuwait, Muscat and Sharjah, as well as Jeddah and Riyadh from several cities in India.

From Jet Airways international gateway cities of Mumbai and Delhi, guests may also connect on to the airlines daily services to several destinations across North America, Europe, Asia and vice-versa.

Jet Airways flight 9W 566 will depart Thiruvananthapuram at 20:30, arriving in Dammam at 22:50. 9W 565 will then depart Dammam at 23:50, arriving in Thiruvananthapuram at 07:15, the following day.

According to Mr. Nikos Kardassis, CEO, Jet Airways, Jet Airways has already established itself as a prestigious brand in the intensely competitive Indo-Gulf sector in a relatively short period of time, on accord of the warmth of its service and quality of its in-flight product. We are confident that the new Thiruvananthapuram-Dammam service will prove similarly popular with our guests.

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