Jet Airways Boosts Connectivity between Kuwait and Mumbai
Tuesday, 12th June 2012 at 01:12am
Jet Airways, India's international premier carrier, will now have a total of 11 flights each week from Mumbai to Kuwait. Passengers taking these flights from Kuwait can easily connect from Mumbai to 50 other domestic destinations, as well as key cities in the Far East and Southeast Asia and major capitals in South Asia.
Flight 9W 574 will leave Mumbai at 10:20 pm (local time) everyday from Thursday to Sunday, and will arrive at 11:50 pm (local time) in Kuwait. The return flight, 9W 573, will leave Kuwait the next day at 12:50 midnight (local time), and will arrive Mumbai at 7:30 am (local time). These flights will use the state-of-the-art Boeing 737-800 aircraft. These weekly four additional flights shall complement the existing once-daily flights already operating between the two cities. As a result, Jet Airways is now the largest airline from India to fly to Kuwait.
An official from Jet Airways is confident that the additional offering will give their airline an advantage to uphold their brand of warmth and prestige, especially in the field of in-flight service and product. They are also confident that their guests will find these additional flights more convenient onto other destinations beyond Mumbai. From Mumbai, passengers will have easy access to other cities within the country and beyond like Hong Kong, Colombo, Dhaka, Singapore, and Kathmandu.
There are currently 46 flights out of India daily to the Middle East region. Jet Airways will use the brand-new Boeing 737-800 aircraft for all these flights, offering the same class configurations, Premiere and Economy. Passengers shall expect the same warmth and hospitality that the airline is known for.
ABOUT JET AIRWAYS
With the current fleet of 103 aircraft, Jet Airways is the largest Indian airline operating in and out of India. The fleet consists of ten Boeing 777-300 ER, twelve Airbus A330-200, sixty-one Boeing 737-700/800/900 aircraft and twenty modern ATR 72-500 turboprop short-haul airliners. The air carrier has one of the youngest fleets in the world whose aircraft's age averages 6.11 years.
It is also currently the country's largest airlines in terms of number of destinations served, both domestic and international. Major domestic destinations served include Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Kolkata, and Trivandrum. It also flies to major regional and international destinations in four continents such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Dhaka, Doha, Kathmandu, Kuala Lumpur, Bahrain, Brussels, Johannesburg, Milan, Muscat, Toronto, Sharjah, Riyadh, New York, London, Jeddah, Colombo, Dammam, Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
By: Pete Lee.