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PostPosted: Wed Mar 14, 2018 7:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

https://www.indiatoday.in/pti-feed/story/jet-airways-adds-144-new-weekly-flights-this-summer-1189527-2018-03-14

Jet Airways adds 144 new weekly flights this summer

Mar 14

Jet Airways today announced expansion of its domestic network, adding 144 new weekly flights comprising both non-stop and one-stop services as part of its summer schedule, which begins later this month.

The new services include flights to north-eastern cities of Imphal and Jorhat as well as Tiruchanapalli in the south from New Delhi and Mumbai, Jet Airways said today.

As part of the new schedule, Jet Airways will strengthen connectivity to the north eastern region from the national capital with non-stop services including thrice-a-week flights to Aizawl and Jorhat and four times-a-week flights to Silchar from New Delhi, it said.

The airline will also commence four times-a-week non-stop service to Imphal from Delhi, and will launch new non-stop services to Patna, Raipur and Chandigarh.

Additionally, Jet Airways will begin a daily, non-stop service for the very first time between Mumbai and Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadus temple city and a religious centre, besides a new direct service between Tiruchirappalli and Delhi.

"Our summer schedule has been designed with a combination of new services - non-stop as well as direct flights - between emerging cities, key metros and our hubs in Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru," the companys senior vice president for network planning and revenue management Raj Sivakumar said.

The airlines is also commencing direct, one-stop services between Mumbai and the north eastern cities of Jorhat and Imphal, marking its return to the Manipur capital.

Imphal will also be connected with Pune with direct flights through Guwahati and Kolkata, enhancing access and connectivity between the north-east and its hubs in Mumbai and Delhi, according to the release.

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https://www.hindustantimes.com/mumbai-news/jet-airways-to-resume-its-pets-transfer-service-in-june/story-WPr834pNk7Hlysp6pUM9GN.html

Jet Airways to resume its pets transfer service in June

Apr 04, 2018

Giving pet owners a reason to rejoice, Jet Airways will become the third airline in the country with a facility to transfer pets as cargo.

Jet Airways had the facility earlier but stopped the service in June 2017 owing to issues. Airline officials said that there is a lot of demand to transfer pets.Currently, Air India and SpiceJet offer pet transfers.

Jet Airways spokesperson said,“The difference from earlier acceptance is that, we have restricted movement of pets if it involves transshipment. Therefore, to minimise and ensure that pets are not exposed to undue stress during transit, no pet transfer will take place from one flight to another flight.”

Pet owners and relocation centres have welcomed the move. The number of pet transfers has been increasing by 30% annually over the last two years. Passengers wanting to relocate their pets will however be able to book them only on direct flights.

Devyani Jadhav, co- founder of PAWsome, the only registered domestic relocation agency in the country, said, “Getting an additional airline to transfer pet is a blessing for all the pet owners and lovers. We typically transfer around 10 pets to and fro international destinations. The number increases to around 30 pets for domestic transfers.“

While cost of a pet transfer varies and depends on the size of the animal, the space they occupy, the cost of a crate which is purchased by the owner and the travel distance. On an average, a small-sized pet transfer costs around Rs5,000 while the transfer of a large animal like a Labrador dog costs around Rs12, 000 to Rs14,000 that excludes the cost of a crate, which is not less than Rs12,000 for a large animal.

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https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/jet-airways-to-buy-75-boeing-737-max-jets-worth-8-8-billion/articleshow/63609390.cms

Jet Airways to buy 75 Boeing 737 MAX jets worth $8.8 billion

Apr 4, 2018

Jet Airways Ltd has entered into an agreement to buy 75 Boeing Co 737 MAX narrowbody jets, worth $8.8 billion, to meet passenger demand which has shown no sign of abating after years of growth.

Jet Airways, in a filing to the stock exchange late on Tuesday, did not say whether the agreement was a formal order or a non-binding memorandum of understanding.

Boeing did not respond to a request for comment.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 05, 2018 5:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Didn't 9W just have to withhold paychecks? Suprised they're ordering so many planes while under such a cash crunch.
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https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/gecas-to-lease-12-737-max-8s-to-jet-airways-447629/

GECAS to lease 12 737 Max 8s to Jet Airways

12 April, 2018

GECAS has committed to leasing 12 Boeing 737 Max 8s to Jet Airways, with deliveries commencing in June and continuing through to 2020.

The lessor says that six of the jets will come from its own orderbook, with the other six to be acquired through sale-and-leaseback transactions with the carrier.

The deal was announced just over a week after Jet confirmed an order for an additional 75 737 Max aircraft. It also had 54 737 Max 8s on order from a commitment made at the 2015 Dubai air show.

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Jet Airways expands ANA codeshare to Tokyo Haneda from April 2018

Jet Airways earlier this month expanded codeshare partnership with ANA, covering the latter’s service to/from Tokyo Haneda.
Approximately from 10APR18 (or earlier), planned new codeshare routes as follow.

Jet Airways Operated by ANA
Tokyo Haneda – Bangkok
Tokyo Haneda – Hong Kong
Tokyo Haneda – Singapore


Source: Airlineroute.net
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https://www.indiablooms.com/finance-details/8807/jet-airways-launches-jetupgrade.html

Jet Airways launches JetUpgrade

25 Apr 2018

Economy and Premiere guests of Jet Airways, an international full service airline, can now experience the next level of the airline’s acclaimed in-flight service, following the launch of the carrier’s latest initiative – JetUpgrade.

The innovation - an industry first - allows all guests holding confirmed Economy or Premiere bookings of the airline to bid for an upgrade to Premiere or First Class respectively, for an unmatched flying experience.

To avail an upgrade, interested guests can place a bid on the Jet Airways’ website under the “Manage My Booking” section, stating the amount they’re willing to bid for the upgrade. Bidding opens at least 7 days prior to the flight’s departure date and closes 24 hours before the scheduled departure time. In the interim, guests can modify, or even cancel their bids. However, they will not be able to withdraw their bid, once the bid is accepted as per the defined timelines.

While all bidders have to submit their Credit Card details during the bidding process, only the Card of the winning bidder will be charged. A revised e-ticket will be sent to the winning bidder. The original booking of all other guests will remain unaffected. The airline will notify the guests about the bids and their status via email communication well in advance of the flight’s departure.

Raj Sivakumar, Sr. Vice President, Network Planning and Revenue Management, Jet Airways, said, “JetUpgrade illustrates yet another first in the airline’s history of undertaking continuous innovations for over two decades, in order to offer guests an exceptional flying experience. Being dynamic in nature, JetUpgrade raises the industry benchmark of customer experience, offering more value to those guests who appreciate our superior in-flight services.”

Launched in collaboration with PlusGrade, which works with leading global airlines, ‘JetUpgrade’ has been made available across the airline’s entire network of 65 domestic and international destinations, and on all flights operated by it.

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