Jet Airways launches inaugural flight between Delhi& Ho Chi Minh city.

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New Delhi,  November  5,  2014(STAT):-Jet  Airways,  India’s  premier  international airline,  today  launched  its inaugural flight from Delhi to Ho Chi Minh City,  expanding its global travel footprint in the ASEAN region. The airline  will  offer  seamless connections  to  cities in the ASEAN region and beyond Ho Chi Minh to Sydney, Melbourne and Hanoi, and within Vietnam with our codeshare partner Vietnam Airlines. To mark the take off of its inaugural flight from Delhi’s new Terminal T3, Indira  Gandhi  International  Airport, the airline held a multi-faith pooja  and  lit  a  ceremonial  lamp  in celebration of the occasion. The lamp lighting ceremony was led by HE Ton Sinh Thanh, Ambassador of Vietnam  and Jet Airways CCO, Mr Raj Sivakumar, and was attended by the airline's staff and senior management. Ho Chi Minh City will  be  the  22nd international destination on Jet Airways’ international network. The  introduction  of  the  new   service   follows   the   signing   of  a Memorandum  of Understanding on September  15,  2014  between  Jet  Airways and  Vietnam Airlines, the flag carrier  of  Vietnam.   The agreement makes provision for the  two  carriers  to  operate  and  jointly promote direct air services.  India  and  Vietnam  have  been  strategic  trade and investment partners since the establishment of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) in 2010. This daily service, which connects the Vietnamese capital with Delhi and Mumbai via Bangkok, will offer the benefits of seamless travel to guests from South East Asia wishing to visit popular Buddhist pilgrimage destinations in India. Further, this new flight will strengthen the airlines' global travel footprint in the ASEAN region. Mr  Gaurang  Shetty, Senior Vice President – Commercial, Jet Airways, said “Jet  Airways  is delighted to launch its new service from Delhi to Ho Chi Minh  City  via Bangkok. The region is increasingly popular as a holdiay destination and our flights will meet the increased demand for convenient travel options. the neewe services will also support growing trade and investment links  with both Vietnam and Thailand." The  airline  also  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 airline's domestic network to Ho Chi Minh City and beyond.  
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