Jet Airways on Tuesday said it would introduce 20 new and additional flights on domestic and international routes. “Come December 1, the airline will further enhance connectivity to Singapore with its new, non-stop service from Pune,” the company said in a statement.
Further, the airline said it would add new frequencies on other select destinations such as Bangkok, Kathmandu and Singapore as well as Doha and Dubai in view of growing demand, effective from early December.
“The airline will soon add a third daily frequency to Bangkok and Singapore each from Delhi and a third daily service to Singapore from Mumbai,” the statement said.
The airline plans its second daily services connecting Mumbai and Delhi with Doha
respectively in December. Further, it would also commence its fourth daily frequency between Delhi and Kathmandu.
“These steps are in addition to new services already introduced at the beginning of Winter Schedule, including new flights on the Delhi and Bangalore-Vadodara routes, increased frequencies in the Mumbai-Guwahati and Mumbai-Patna markets and an enhancement of capacity from ATR to 737 operations on the Delhi-Jodhpur route,” the statement added.