Britons taking flights to India with Jet Airways will soon be able to enjoy more economy seats. The airline is squeezing in more seats on its Boeing B777-300ER aircraft which will be deployed on New Delhi-London and Mumbai-London routes.

One of the leading private carriers in India, Jet Airways is making several major changes in its operations to cater the growing frequency of the Britons taking flights to India.

The airline has made plans to reconfigure some of its Boeing B777-300ER aircraft to handle the increasing number of international vacationers booking flights to India from the UK by squeezing in 34 more economy-class seats. The increased number of economy seats per aircraft is sure to reward travellers seeking relatively cheap flight tickets on India-UK route.

Mumbai based carrier, Jet Airways is a popular option among those seeking inbound flights from and outbound flights to India. The carrier features an extensive travel network and offers great connections between India and the UK and rest of Europe, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and North America from India.

The plan to increase seats in aircrafts will be accomplished by adding ten narrower seats per row over the previous nine. While the number of economy class seats on flights will increase, the number of cabins in first and business class will stay at eight and 30, respectively.

To start with, the airline will deploy this higher density B777-300ERs on flights between New Delhi and London (Heathrow) beginning from October 16 and on flights between Mumbai and London (Heathrow) from November 1.

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