Jet Airways enhances global connectivity with additional frequencies from Mumbai to Doha, Colombo & Bangkok
Mumbai, November 5, 2014 (STAT):-Jet Airways, India’s premier international airline, has significantly enhanced its global connectivity with the introduction of additional frequencies from Mumbai to Far East and the gulf region. These additional frequencies being introduced from Mumbai to Doha, to Colombo and to Bangkok will provide guests with the convenience of an additional service. The addition of a second frequency from Mumbai to Doha, Qatar’s economic centre will further strengthen the airlines growing international network and significantly enhance flight connectivity in the Gulf region. Doha is currently linked with one flight each from Mumbai, Delhi and Kochi. The new flight on this high demand route will not only cater to the growing Indian expatriates but also boost tourism and trade between the two cities and will help in bringing in traffic to and from the Middle East. With these new enhanced flights, Jet Airways will achieve the landmark milestone of becoming India’s first private airline to operate over 40 daily flights to multiple destinations in the Gulf. This includes daily departures to Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dubai, Doha, Kuwait, Sharjah, Muscat, Jeddah, Dammam and Riyadh, thus, making the airline the largest operator between India and the Gulf. With the introduction of this additional flight, the airline will offer convenient options to its guests. Jet Airways is the only airline to operate two flights a day to the island nation. In addition, Jet Airways introduced a third daily direct service from its international gateway in Mumbai to Bangkok. The new afternoon service will provide seamless connectivity to guests from the airlines domestic network. This would make Jet Airways’ the only Indian carrier to operate three flights a day from Mumbai to Bangkok’s International Suvarnabhumi Airport as well as providing on ward connections to Ho Chi Minh from Bangkok.