Jet Airways increases flights in domestic network
Jet Airways, one of India’s premiere international airline has further expanded its domestic network with additional frequencies on India’s high demand routes and by linking cities with expanding potential. The new services being launched in July and September, 2015 include; ninth daily service between Mumbai and Chennai; second service between Kolkata and Bengaluru; fourth daily service connecting Mangaluru with Mumbai; new daily flights connecting Bhopal and Indore with Lucknow (via Delhi); new daily service connecting Bhopal with Hyderabad (via Mumbai), and third daily service linking Hyderabad and Rajahmundry
Raj Sivakumar, chief commercial officer, Jet Airways said, “The additional frequencies have been introduced to cater to the growing demand on the high density routes and to ensure better connectivity between India’s emerging cities. Our constant effort is to provide our guests with convenient travel options and seamless connectivity across our network. These new frequencies are in line with Jet Airways’ strategy to deliver a consistent, full service travel experience on the domestic network and we are confident that these new flights will prove to be popular with our guests.”
With the addition of these new frequencies, Jet Airways will increase its daily seats deployment on the domestic network from 63,500 to 64,500 per day.