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Published on : Friday, November 1, 2013
Jet Airways, India’s premier international airline, today introduced a second daily direct frequency from India’s business capital Mumbai to Singapore, making the only Indian carrier to operate six daily direct flights between the two countries.
This new service, with the state-of-the-art Boeing 737-800 aircraft, will complement the night Airbus A 330 flight currently in operation, on the popular Mumbai-Singapore route and also make Jet Airways the only Indian carrier to operate two daily direct flights connecting Singapore with Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai.
Guest travelling from Mumbai can now avail of seamless connections at Singapore to multiple destinations within Asia and Australia with Jet Airways’ code share and interline partners. Flight 9W 010 will depart Mumbai daily at 0950 hrs and arrive Singapore at 1800 hrs (Local Time). On the return, flight 9W 009 will depart Singapore at 2005 hrs (LT) and arrive in Mumbai at 2310 hrs (LT).
The airline has deployed 737-800 Next Generation (NG) aircraft on this route, offering Premiere and Economy guests the airline’s renowned in-flight service, its award-winning In-flight Entertainment (IFE) programme and the airline’s hallmark customer experience.
Gary Toomey, Chief Executive Officer, Jet Airways said “We are happy to introduce a second frequency on the high density Mumbai-Singapore route following an increased demand due to tourist and business traffic. This new service will also connect our guests flying into Mumbai on our network to Singapore and beyond to points across Asia and Australia with our interline and codeshare partners. We are confident that this new service would also prove equally popular with our guests.”
Source:- Jet Airways
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