Jet Airways to Deploy Boeing 777-300ER on Mumbai - HK/Newark Services

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Indias Jet Airways is to deploy its long haul Boeing 777-300ER aircraft between Mumbai and Hong Kong/Newark.

The widebody Boeing 777-300ER features a three class configuration. The airline currently operates Airbus 330-200 aircraft on these sectors.

Jet Airways guests to Hong Kong and Newark will soon be able to enjoy more luxury, privacy and comfort in the air with eight First Class suites. These first class suites possess one of the worlds longest airline beds, private closets, dining tables for two and 23 flat screens.

The aircraft change on the Mumbai to Hong Kong daily service will be effective 28 July 2011.

Flight 9W 76 will depart Mumbai at 0105 hrs and arrive Hong Kong at 0925 hrs local time. On the return leg, 9W 75 will depart at 1915 hrs local time and arrive Mumbai at 2300 hrs local time.

Effective 23 September 2011 Jet Airways will deploy a Boeing 777 -300 ER aircraft from Mumbai to Newark, via Brussels, twice a week (on Fridays and Sundays only).

Jet Airways flight 9W 228 will depart Mumbai at 0220 hrs and arrive via Brussels at Newark at 1230 hrs local time. On the return leg, 9W 227 will depart Newark at 1840 hrs and arrive Mumbai at 2240 hrs local time.

 Mr. Sudheer Raghavan, Chief Operating Officer, Jet Airways, said, We are delighted to announce the deployment of the state-of-the-art Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on the Hong Kong and Newark routes, which has been necessitated due to growing traffic demand in the premium segment. We are confident that the Boeing 777s three class configuration will help us deliver a significantly superior and enriched service experience for all our guests.

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