~ Airline to offer 30 additional weekly flights connecting metros with emerging cities ~
Chandigarh/Indore/Hyderabad: July 31, 2018: Jet Airways, India’s premier full – service airline, will be introducing new flights effective August 01, 2018, on the Indore – Chandigarh – Indore – Hyderabad and Bengaluru – Guwahati routes, thus connecting guests from emerging cities to our metropolises.
Jet Airways will commence services from Indore to Hyderabad and Chandigarh. Jet Airways flight 9W 955 will depart from Indore at 1245 hrs. arriving into Chandigarh at 1445 hrs. On its return journey, flight 9W 958 will depart from Chandigarh at 1515 hrs. and land at Indore at 1715 hrs. The flight will then depart for Hyderabad at 1800 hrs. arriving at its destination at 1925 hrs. This flight will be operated by Jet Airways on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Guests arriving at Indore for business or leisure have the chance to travel to popular tourist spots famous for its temples such as Ujjain, Onkareswar and Maheshwar – all within 100 Kilometers from Indore city.
Commencement of new City Pairs – Daily services between Bengaluru and Guwahati; One stop services from Chandigarh to Hyderabad via Indore- four times a week.
Similarly, starting 01 August, 2018, Jet Airways is set to offer enhanced connectivity to the North East from Bengaluru with daily direct services to Guwahati. Guests arriving at Guwahati can avail of excellent connectivity to beyond points to include Aizwal, Bagdogra, Jorhat, Imphal and Silchar. Jet Airways 9W 659 will depart from Bengaluru at 1015 hrs. and arrive into Guwahati at 1315 hrs. On the return leg, Jet Airways flight 9W 660 will take off from Guwahati at 1620 hrs. and arrive into Bengaluru at 1930 hrs. The flight will be a daily direct service between the cities of Bengaluru and Guwahati.
Jet Airways’ guests from Hyderabad will be able to connect to Chandigarh via Indore, starting 01 August, 2018. From Chandigarh, those travelling on business or tourism can access the famous religious city of Amritsar & the hill stations of Kullu, Manali & Simla, all within a radius of 300 kilometers.
Marnix Fruitema, Executive VP – Commercial, Jet Airways said, “With the aviation industry witnessing growth in travel from emerging to metro cities in India, we have introduced several direct flights between new city pairs. Providing enhanced connectivity, will enable more flyers to travel for both business and leisure across our network, and at the same time, experience Jet Airways’ famed service excellence.”
With the introduction of these new flights, guests can now travel to a host of other cities both on Jet Airways’ domestic and international network via convenient connections on offer.
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