Friday, August 05, 2016

Jet Airways to add flights on Kathmandu-Delhi and Mumbai sectors

 Kathmandu: Indian airline major Jet Airways has announced resumption of normal operations to Nepal, with five daily flights, beginning from October this year.
The airlines said it will fly thrice a day on the Kathmandu-Delhi sector and twice a day on the Kathmandu-Mumbai sector.
The carrier had reduced its flight frequency to Nepal to three daily flights in August last year.
“Nepal is a key strategic market for Jet Airways. The number of students and pilgrims has been increasing from Nepal,” said Colin Neubronner, Senior Vice-President (sales and marketing) of Jet Airways. “We are doing well on the Kathmandu-Delhi sector, so we have decided to increase our flight frequency.”
The carrier is also planning to launch short holiday packages targeting officials of diplomatic missions in Nepal and Nepali expatriates who use Jet’s connecting flights to different parts of the world.
The carrier also said it will launch flexible and transparent fare structure on August 17.
05/08/16  IANS/Financial Express
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