Jet Airway


India's premier private airlines, Jet Airways started its operations on May 5, 1993. It has been adjudged many times as India's 'Best Domestic Airline'. Its fleet currently consists of 49 Boeing 737 aircraft, 3 Airbus 340-300E, 2 Airbus 330-200 and 8 turbo-prop ATR72-500 aircraft. The airline flies to 58 destinations - 43 destinations within India and 15 international destinations.

Everyday it operates over 340 flights to these 50 destinations. The first private Indian carrier to fly to international destinations, Jet Airways operates daily international flights to Kathmandu, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and London (Heathrow) among others.

Jet Airway Locations in India Map

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*India Map showing Jet Airways Headoffice and Branches.

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Main hubs of Jet Airways India are located at Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi; Anna International Airport, Chennai; Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata; Bangalore International Airport, Bangalore; and Brussels Airport, Brussels.

Starting off on May 3, 1991, with a fleet of 4 Boeing 737-300 aircraft, Jet Airways has grown tremendously. Jet Airways flight has bagged a number of awards for its high standards of service. Besides setting up call centres for Jet airways international and jet airways domestic flights & services, it has introduced many facilities like City Check-In, Same Day Return Check-in, Tele-Check-In, Web Check-in, Kiosk Check-in and many other facilities. It has interline agreements with 126 international airlines which allow passengers to use interline documents on Jet Airways for their travel.

Among the many schemes it has launched, mention may be made of the special "VISIT INDIA USD FARES" for 7-day, 15-day and 21-day travel. It also offers innovative Jet Escapes travel packages in association with India's leading hotels and resorts.

In April 2007, Air Sahara was bought over by Jet Airways for 14.5 billion rupees ($340 million). The deal is expected to give Jet Airways a combined domestic market share of about 32%. Though there were long-drawn negotiations between Jet and Sahara airlines over the buy-out of Air Sahara and the matter even reached the courts, finally a deal was sealed amicably. It was announced that Air Sahara will be renamed as Jetlite.



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Last Updated on 03 October 2011





 

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