India-based Jet Airways has confirmed that it will add two more flights to its current schedule.

India-based Jet Airways has confirmed that it will add two more flights to its current schedule.

The airline is introducing a new flight to Mumbai from Dammam, Saudi Arabia as well as a new service between Mumbai and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

Jet Airways now operates 100 daily services and already offers flights to Mumbai from Riyadh and Jeddah and from Thiruvananthapuram to Dammam as well as flights to Chennai, Delhi and Hyderabad from the Emirates.

Jet Airways’ chief executive officer, Nikos Kardassis, said: “Introduction of these flights is an important landmark in the evolution and emergence of the airline as India’s premier international airline, as we will now operate over 100 daily flights to key international destinations.”

The new routes will begin on March 28th and will make use of Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with passengers being able to choose from offering premier and economy seat options.

Jet Airways currently offers flights to and from 47 destinations in India.

Written by Alex Cochrane.

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