People booking flights to India could now have more choice about the route they take.

Anyone booking flights to India may be interested to learn that Jet Airways has launched a new route between Doha and Delhi.

The Indian carrier will now operate daily flights to Delhi from the city in Qatar.

Its latest route will complement existing services that fly from the Qatari capital to Mumbai and Kochi.

For British travellers, the operation from Doha to Delhi could provide a useful connection for those heading for holidays to India.

Nikos Kardassis, acting chief executive officer of Jet Airways, commented: “The launch of our daily services from Doha to Delhi will cater to the strong customer demand for direct flights on the route.”

He added that it provides a connection to the 61 international destinations served by the airline’s network.

Earlier this month, Jet Airways announced that it had experienced a 28 per cent growth in international passenger traffic during December 2009, compared with the same period the previous year.

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