Jagson Airlines


A budget airline based in Delhi, Jagson Airlines was the first private airline in India to take advantage of the Open Sky policy announced by the Union government in 1991.It commenced its operations in 1992 with two 18-seat Dornier Do 228 aircraft. Jagson Airlines operates flights to Delhi, Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Kullu, Shimla, Dharamsala and Pondichery. It is planning to expand its services to other cities, using leased Airbus A321-200 aircraft. It also operates chartered flights.

Jagson Airlines is committed to providing the best service in its class besides providing reliable and convenient air transportation that meets or exceeds the customers' expectations.

It has made plans for substantial investments in the 21st century, so that it can maintain the high standards of quality in service it has been providing.

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Last Updated on 03 October 2011





 

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