GUWAHATI: Jet Airways, India’s one of the major multinational airline based in Mumbai is going to introduce 28 new flights, including daily services from Indore to Jodhpur and Vadodara from September.
These 28 new flights include, nine ‘industry first’ routes such as those connecting Indore with Jodhpur and Vadodara. Moreover, the second largest airline would launch non-stop flights between Bengaluru and Lucknow, Indore-Kolkata, Kolkata-Chandigarh and Coimbatore- Hyderabad.
Revealing that the Jet Airways is all set to introduce the 28 new flights in the coming month, it said the services would enable the Jet Airways to meet the growing demand for both domestic and international air travel in emerging Indian cities.
The Jet Airways said that it will start 28 new flights, including daily services from Indore to Jodhpur and Vadodara, in the next month. The airline said it would commence flight operations between Chandigarh and Lucknow, Ahmedabad and Jodhpur as well as Vadodara and Jaipur.
It is said that the new services, such as Indore-Vadodara and Indore-Jodhpur will accelerate travel and stimulate business activities, especially for small and medium enterprises located in and around Vadodara and Jodhpur.
The Jet Airways further said that the new flights, with additional frequencies, greater capacity across more sectors are meant to offer guests additional choice and connectivity. The services, already on card are also expected to benefit SMEs as well as corporate travellers who will be able to enjoy day-return flights.
In October 2017, Jet Airways was the second-largest airline in India after IndiGo with a 17.8% passenger market share. It operates flights to 67 destinations from its main hub at Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport.