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Jet Airways is the second largest airline in India.
The Mumbai based airline operates around 300 scheduled daily flights to over 70 destinations all over the world, as well as local flights mainly to Delhi, Kolkata, Chenchai and Bangalore.
Jet Airways main hub is Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai, however in addition Jet Airways have 6 additional secondary hubs. These hubs include Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, Abu Dhabi Airport, Chennai Airport and Indira Gandhi International Airport. Jet Airways as of November 2016 fly to 68 destinations, these destinations include Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore, Colombo, Kathmandu, Dhaka, Abu Dhabi, Ahmedabad, Amsterdam, Bengaluru, Chicago, Dammam, Dallas and many others.
Jet Airways has codeshare agreements with many airlines including Air Berlin, Air Canada, Air France, All Nippon Airways, Alitalia, Bangkok Airways, Qantas, Malaysia Airlines, South African Airways and Vietnam Airlines.
One of Jet Airways's secondary hubs is at Brussels Airport, providing a gateway to Europe and onto North America.
Frequent Flyer Program
Jet Airways currently have a frequent flyer program called JetPrivilege.
JetPrivilege is an award winning frequent flyer program offering huge benefits and incentives including different cancellation charges, access to lounges, free flights booked with points.
15th September 2017
Jet Airways' onboard shopping goes online
Jet claims it is the first Indian carrier to offer pre-order facility that will help its guests save time at the airport. "As part of the online launch celebration, Jet Airways' guests shopping at 'JetBoutique' on jetairways.com can take advantage of an introductory 10% discount while placing orders, after browsing the online catalogue," the airline said.
Jet's chief commercial officer Jayaraj Shanmugam said: "JetBoutique enjoys a strong appeal among our international guests. We are confident that its digital version will also resonate equally well with our guests, especially the new-age millennial travellers, many of whom are keen to savour experiences and explore more while travelling with us. It is another example of the many ways in which we use technology to create and enhance our guest experience for added convenience. We are certain that this service will lead to numerous delighted guests."
To begin with, on-board deliveries of purchases made on 'JetBoutique' will be available to guests travelling on select international sectors, which include flights arriving to/ departing from Mumbai and Delhi.
9th September 2017
Jet Airways enhances services to Tier II cities
Jet Airways (9W, Mumbai Int'l) has announced the introduction of new routes to Tier II cities, as it moves to focus on connectivity between emerging and regional cities in India. The Indian carrier will introduce daily flights Pune–Kolkata Int'l–Guwahati, Pune–Coimbatore, and will also link Bangalore Int'l with Silchar and Delhi Int'l with Jorhat. Additional frequencies will also be added on the Delhi–Guwahati, Delhi–Chennai, and Jaipur–Delhi routes. “Introducing the new flights and frequencies will strengthen our presence in the emerging cities," said Jayaraj Shanmugam, Chief Commercial Office. "We will be able to provide greater choice, convenience and connectivity to our guests, who can easily connect with our hubs in Mumbai and Delhi and onwards into our wide international network.” Jet Airways' domestic network currently comprises forty-four cities, and it also serves international destinations in 16 countries.
8th September 2017
Jet Airways to add 56 new weekly domestic flights ahead of festive season
Jet Airways will add 56 new weekly flights this month before the Indian festive season kicks off next month, the airline said on Thursday.
The new flights will include ‘industry firsts’ as well as a mix of non-stop and one-stop services between cities like Pune, Coimbatore, Silchar and Jorhat.
Jet said the new flights were being introduced in response to the rising demand for aviation services in these cities. “Jet Airways today offers over 100,000 seats per day to its guests,” the airline said.
Currently Jet Airway’s domestic network comprises of 44 cities and so with this addition it ‘will further strengthen the airline’s footprint across its domestic network.’
“Introducing the new flights and frequencies will strengthen our presence in the emerging cities. We will be able to provide greater choice, convenience and connectivity to our guests, who can easily connect with our hubs in Mumbai and Delhi and onwards into our wide international network,” Jayaraj Shanmugam, Chief Commercial Officer, Jet Airways said.
“In a series of industry-firsts, Jet Airways will introduce daily flights from Pune, connecting the ‘Oxford of the East’ to Guwahati via Kolkata as well as to Coimbatore. In other notable firsts, Jet Airways is also set to commence flight operations between Bengaluru and Silchar, as well as New Delhi and Jorhat,” Jet Airways said.
The airline is also introducing additional, non-stop frequencies on certain existing routes such as Pune – Kolkata, Jaipur – New Delhi, Guwahati – New Delhi and Chennai – New Delhi, reflecting the growing demand for its services to facilitate the travel aspirations of its guests.
New Flights Schedule:
The non-stop Pune – Coimbatore service - Jet Airways’ flight 9W 363 will depart from Pune at 2355 hours and arrive into Coimbatore at 0145 hours (next day). On its return leg, 9W 364 will depart from Coimbatore at 0305 hours and arrive into Pune at 0455 hours. 9W 364 will subsequently connect onwards to New Delhi, arriving early morning at 0740 hours.
On the other hand, 9W 363 will depart from New Delhi at 2115 hours.
Jet Airways’ flight to Guwahati - 9W 2486, will depart from Pune at 0355 hours (except Tuesday) and arrive at 0820 hours. On Tuesday, the flight will depart from Pune at 0255 hours to arrive in Guwahati at 0720 hours. On its return journey, Jet Airways 9W 2474 will depart from Guwahati at 1915 hours (except Tuesday) and arrive into Pune at 0005 hours (next day).
On Tuesdays, the flight will depart from Guwahati at 2010 hours and land at Pune at 0025 hours (next day).
In order to meet the rising demand for connectivity from the emerging cities, Jet Airways plans to add additional frequencies to bolster connectivity on the existing routes.
For instance, Jet Airways will introduce second daily as well as third daily, non-stop frequencies between Pune – Kolkata and Delhi – Guwahati. Flight 9W 2486 from Pune will depart at 0355 hours (except Tuesday) and arrive into Kolkata at 0630 hours. On its return journey, Jet Airways 9W 2474 will depart from Kolkata at 2125 hours (except Tuesday) and arrive into Pune at 0005 hours (next day).
On Tuesday, the flight will depart from Pune at 0255 hours and arrive into Kolkata at 0530 hours, before departing for its return journey at 2155 hours. 9W 7026 from Delhi will depart for Guwahati at 1140 hours. while 9W 7027 will depart for Delhi from Guwahati at 1330 hours daily.
Jet Airways also introduces a seventh frequency on the popular New Delhi – Chennai sector. 9W 829 will depart from Delhi at 2145 hours and arrive into Chennai at 0035 hours (next day). On its return leg, Jet Airways’ 9W 828 will depart from Chennai at 0210 hours and arrive into Delhi at 0455 hours.
Witnessing rising demand from leisure travelers, the airline has introduced an eighth frequency on the Jaipur – New Delhi sector. Jet Airways’ 9W 2169 departs from Delhi at 0130 hours and arrives into Jaipur at 0235 hours. Returning from Jaipur, 9W 2170 departs at 0345 hours and arrives into Delhi at 0450 hours.
7th September 2017
IndiGo may look at Jet Airways if Air India deal doesn't work out
IndiGo was the first airline to show interest in buying the debt-laden Air India. They sent their bid to the government, the day the government decided to sell the airline's stake.
InterGlobe Aviation Ltd-run IndiGo is considering investing in Jet Airways to attain a marked international footprint if it fails to acquire a stake in the debt-laden Air India, reports Mint.
The airline, as it progresses, will focus on finding managers who are experienced and will be able to run IndiGo by global standards, even if it is required to change the current senior management team, sources told Mint.
IndiGo was the first airline to show interest in buying the state-run Air India. The company has sent its bid to the government.
Sources told Mint that even if the bids fail, IndiGo will make a considerable mark in the international destination market through the organic way, but it would be “a slower process."
As of now, IndiGo flies to 7 foreign destinations — Bangkok, Doha, Singapore, Kathmandu, Muscat, Dubai and Sharjah. Jet Airways and Air India, on the other hand, have flights which cross the Asian continent.
IndiGo is interested in only the international operations of Air India because of its flying rights and slots and said that the airline will maintain Air India's brand for the international business, according to the report.
If the government urges on the airline to take up both domestic and international operations, IndiGo will negotiate to break-up Air India into four parts according to India's geography and acquire one along with the international operation, the report added.
Only if this does not work, IndiGo will look into other alternatives, one of them being Jet Airways.
26th July 2017
Jet Airways, China Eastern Airlines start codeshare flights
China Eastern Airlines will operate Jet Airways' Delhi-Shanghai Pudong and Kolkata-Kuming routes.
Naresh Goyal-promoted Jet Airways and Chinese carrier China Eastern Airlines have commenced codeshare flights amid the increasing hostility between the two countries over the construction of a road near Bhutan tri-junction.
As part of the codeshare partnership inked earlier, China Eastern Airlines will operate Jet Airways' Delhi-Shanghai Pudong and Kolkata-Kuming routes.
The Jet Airways will operate Delhi-Bengaluru, Delhi-Kolkata and Delhi-Mumbai routes of the Shanghai-based airline.
A Jet Airways spokesperson confirmed the commencement of air services by the two carriers from yesterday as part of the reciprocal codeshare partnership.
Codesharing allows an airline to book on its passenger on its partner carriers and provide seamless transport to destination where it has no presence.
Following this, the Jet Airways customers can now fly seamlessly to Pudong and Kunming cities in China from New Delhi and Kolkata.
Similarly, Chinese passengers will have direct connectivity to Bengaluru, Kolkata and Mumbai from New Delhi through the flights operated by Jet Airways.
China Eastern Airlines, which has three subsidiaries as well a cargo carrier and is a member of the global airlines grouping SkyyTeam, operates to 217 destinations through its hub at Shanghai Pudong International airport.
Besides, it has secondary hubs at Beijing, Kunming, Xi'an and Qingdao.
The military standoff between India and China began on June 16 after the Chinese army tried to build a road near the Bhutan tri-junction.
India has protested the construction of the road, fearing it would allow China to cut India's access to its north-eastern states.
17th July 2017
Jet Airways and American Airlines announces partnership cancellation
Following last week's unconfirmed news that Delta Air Lines is interested in acquiring up to 24% of the Mumbai-based airline.
'December 31, 2017 is the last day to fly and earn miles on Jet Airways. All award travel must be booked and ticketed by that date. Travel is valid for one year after ticket date, but must be flown by December 31, 2018. You won't be able to make canges to any Jet segments after 2017,' American announced this week.
American frequent flyers can earn and redeem miles for travel on Jet Airways domestic flights and between #India and Asia, Europe and the U.S. American does not have any other partners in India, which suggested Jet made the decision to terminate the partnership.
Jet Airways announced it would launch daily direct flights from Chennai to Paris and Bengaluru to Amsterdam starting October 29
The new flight -- Jet Airways 9W128 -- from Chennai will depart at 1.45am and arrive in Paris at 8.10am local time. In the return direction, 9W 127 will depart from Paris at 10.10am and arrive in Chennai at 12.15am. The new service is being planned to capitalise on the growing demand for outbound leisure and business travel and also to tap the inbound tourists from Europe to the southern region of India through Chennai.
Jet Airways annouced it is planning to transition its fleet to an all-jet composition following reports it is looking to retire its fleet of Avions de Transport Régional turboprops.
The Indian carrier currently operates fifteen ATR72-500s and three -600s on scheduled passenger flights connecting India's Tier I cities with smaller Tier II and III towns. The aircraft are being withdrawn given Jet Airways' decision to focus on its international operational network. The type is also hamstrung by a lack of local pilots. As such, Jet Airways is forced to recruit foreign pilots to man the ATRs leading to higher operating cost. As it stands, Jet Airways has been gradually replacing the ATRs with larger B737 jets on select routes including Delhi Int'l-Bhopal, Pune-Hyderabad Int'l, and Kolkata Int'l-Aizawl. ATR bases at Mumbai Int'l and Kolkata have also been closed down in anticipation of the type's eventual removal from service.
31st May 2017
Jet Airways is adding a third daily direct flight between Mumbai and London,
Jet Airways is adding a 3rd daily direct flight between Mumbai and London, as well as adjusting the timings of the existing two non-stop daily services on the route.
Current flights 9W118 and 9W120 which depart from Mumbai for London at 1255 and 0145 will take off at 1310 and 0230 respectively from the end of October.
Return flights 9W117 and 9W119 which currently leave London at 2120 and 0930 will depart 15 minutes earlier and 25 minutes later respectively.
New flight timings: Mumbai to London
- Departure 02:30, arrival 07:00
- Departure 09:05, arrival 13:35
- Departure 13:10, arrival 17:40
New flight timings: London to Mumbai
- Departure 10:05, arrival 00:30
- Departure 15:30, arrival 05:55
- Departure 21:05, arrival 11:25
22nd May 2017
Jet Airways extends sale of the flexible ticketing scheme - Multiflyer
Jet Airways has extended the flexible ticketing sale - Multiflyer - after the given success of the travel option for frequent guests travelling between Oman and India.
Multiflyer offers significant advantage to guests who travel frequently between Oman and India allowing them not only the flexibility to plan their return travel as per convenience but also providing them with substantial savings. Guests availing this option can change the date of their return journey from what was originally booked without any extra cost. Depending on the class of booking, Jet Airways offers guests both an Economy and a Premiere Multiflyer. It is also especially valuable for JetPrivilege members and those corporate travellers whose travel plans are either prone to change or are finalised at the last minute.
To avail a Multiflyer for Economy travel, guests must book and pay for two/four return journeys (4/8 coupons), while for a Premiere Multiflyer, options of two, three or four (4, 6 and 8 coupons) return journeys exist. However, change of date is applicable only on the return journey and not on the first leg of travel from Oman.
Valid for travel since mid-March, the Multiflyer offer will be on sale till May 31 for travel on Jet Airways’ direct flights to India. Guests can purchase Multiflyer not only from Jet Airways’ counters but also from travel agents. Guests must ensure that reservation for the first flight must be made prior to arrival in India.
12th May 2017
Jet Airways has expanded the scope of its popular eduJetter programme for upcoming 2017-18 academic year.
The revised program will make it easier for Indian students and those from Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal - holding confirmed admissions for studying at universities/ institutions in Australia, Canada, Europe, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, United Kingdom, and the USA, to commence their new academic journey conveniently, in spite of travelling away from home.
Effective this year, students availing advantages of the eduJetter program will now be available to enjoy them while travelling to/ via Hong Kong on codeshare flights operated by Hong Kong Airlines. EduJetter already provides students with substantial benefits when travelling with other leading airlines such as KLM, Delta Air Lines, Etihad Airways, Qantas, Air France, American Airlines, United Airlines, US Airlines and Air Canada, which account for a significant carriage of students, to institutions of their choice.
Benefits for students include an attractive eduJetter kit packed with privileges such as a special baggage allowance of up to 69 kg - on par with the best-in-the-industry, free SIM cards (with exclusive calling rates), and through baggage check-in right up to a student's final destination. Participating students also receive a free ISIC Forex Card that offers easy and safe access to foreign exchange besides enjoying a 5 percent discount on JetEscapes Holidays.
10th May 2017
Jet Airways extending joint venture to cover Bengaluru and Chennai
Jet Airways will be extending their joint venture to offer more possibilitie for travel between Europe, India and North America. Jet Airways recently teamed up with Air France, KLM and Delta but only for departures from Mumbai and Delhi. From October the tie-up with these three carriers will include services departing Chennai and Bengaluru non-stop to Paris CDG and Amsterdam. Once they reach Amsterdam or Paris, passengers will be able connect to 35 points in Europe or 24 points in the US, Canada and Mexico. The ban has boosted passenger numbers flying between India and the US.
The new routes will commence on October 29 with Jet Airways using A330s. Schedules are timed for connectivity in Amsterdam and Paris CDG. Flights are displayed on the carrier’s website.
Bengaluru-Amsterdam 9W236 departs 0225, arrives 0835
Amsterdam-Bengaluru 9W235 departs 1050, arrives 0040 the following day
Chennai-Paris CDG 9W128 departs 0140, arrives 0810
Paris CDG-Chennai departs 1010, arrives 0010 the following day
26th April 2017
Jet Airways launches direct flights
Jet Airways has announced the launch of 2 new direct flights that will connect Chennai with Paris and Bengaluru with Amsterdam. These additional routes will allow travelers to further destinations in Europe and North America with its codeshare partners Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Delta Air Lines.
The new flights will commence October 2017 - Jet Airways 9W236 will depart from Bengaluru at 2.25am and arrive at Amsterdam at 8.35am. On the return leg, Jet Airways 9W235 will depart from Amsterdam at 10.50 am (local time there) and arrive at Bengaluru at 12.40am. These flights will be operated in conjunction with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Delta Air Lines.
Jet Airways 9W128 will depart from Chennai at 1.45am and arrive into Paris at 8.10am. Departing from Paris at 10.10am, Jet Airways 9W127 will return to Chennai at 12.15am (both Air France and Delta Air Lines will be codeshare partners for these flights).
10th April 2017
Jet Airways announces plans to fly direct to Paris and Amsterdam
Jet Airways has announced that the airline is planning to start direct flights to Paris and Amsterdam as it intends to deepen its partnership with the Air France-KLM group and Delta Air Lines. The services are likely to commence operations on these routes from early winter, and will use Airbus A330. Jet Airways has secured slots at Schiphol (Amsterdam) and Charles de Gaul (Paris) airports. Jet Airways has also finalised plans for a direct flights from Bengaluru to Amsterdam and from Chennai to Paris.
2nd April 2017
Jet Airways announces launching of daily direct flights between Chandigarh and Jaipur
Daily direct flights have been launched for Chandigarh and Jaipur, in aims to further connectivity expansion across northern India. The new flight - 9W 2262, departs from Jaipur at 14.05 to arrive in Chandigarh at 15.35. On the return leg, flight 9W 2163 departs from Chandigarh at 16.10 and arrives in Jaipur at 17.40. An ATR 72 aircraft will be used on this route.
28th March 2017
Jet Airways commences non-stop services to Badogra and Madurai from Mumbai
The new services will add more convenience for travellers and is a new strategy for Jet Airways to introduce direct flights between the cities across India.
Bagdogra is a gatweway to tourist destination in Sikkim and Darjeeling therefore the new route will open up Eastern India.
With its new services, Jet Airways has made it easier and convenient for tourists, investors, delegates and regular flyers to travel to these emerging cities and metros
1st March 2017
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6th March 2017
Jet Airways announces codeshare partnership which offers customers to travel on both carriers convenient connectivity between India and Fiji, via Hong Kong and Singapore.
Jet Airways has codeshare agreements with many airlines including Air Berlin, Air Canada, Air France, All Nippon Airways, Alitalia, Bangkok Airways, Qantas, Malaysia Airlines, South African Airways and Vietnam Airlines. One of Jet Airways's secondary hubs is at Brussels Airport, providing a gateway to Europe and onto North America.
Hand Baggage advisory for Jet Airways' passengers travelling to the US from India
From 25th March 2017 and in line with the additional security measures introduced by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Jet Airways’ guests bound for the United States of America are advised not to carry the below listed personal electronic devices as hand baggage on any Jet Airways’ flight out of India connecting to the USA via or departing from the following airports, until further notice:
- Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) - Abu Dhabi
- Ataturk International Airport (IST) - Istanbul
- Cairo International Airport (CAI) - Cairo
- Dubai International Airport (DXB) - Dubai
- Hamad International Airport (DOH) - Doha
- King Abdul-Aziz International Airport (JED) - Jeddah
- King Khalid International Airport (RUH)- Riyadh
- Kuwait International Airport (KWI) - Kuwait
- Mohammed V Airport (CMN) - Morocco
- Queen Alia International Airport (AMM) - Jordan
Jet Airways passengers, travelling from India, who are through checked to their US destinations via the above-mentioned airports, must refrain from carrying any electronic devices above the size of a smartphone in their cabin baggage and, or in person.
The list of restricted items includes, but is not limited to:
- Portable DVD players
- Electronic game units larger than a smartphone
- Travel printers/scanners
Jet Airways passengers should ensure that the above-mentioned devices and other applicable ones, are placed or secured as part of their check-in baggage at the point of origin airport in India, in order to avoid inconvenience during one’s journey into the US.
Jet Airways will not be responsible to provide or ensure storage of the device and its subsequent repatriation in the event of the failure of the guest to comply with the above regulations, which is likely to result in the guest being denied boarding at the point of transit and/or having to surrender the device to the authorities at that airport.
In November 2016 - Jet Airways, India's premier international carrier and Kenya Airways, the national carrier of Kenya, today announced an expansion of their existing cooperation by including codeshares on Jet Airways' domestic flights between Mumbai (BOM), New Delhi (DEL), Ahmedabad (AMD) and Hyderabad (HYD), in order to enhance connectivity choices for guests while travelling from Kenya into India. Through this agreement, Kenya Airways will place its flight code (KQ) on Jet Airways' seven daily flights between Mumbai and New Delhi, five daily flights from Mumbai to Ahmedabad and five daily flights between Mumbai and Hyderabad for travel effective Nov 15, 2016.
In November 2016 - Jet Airways, India's premier international airline, today, announced the launch of a daily direct flight from Bengaluru to Singapore with effect from December 14, 2016, further expanding its connectivity across the ASEAN region.
The new flight will offer guests from Hyderabad, Mangaluru, Coimbatore and Thiruvananthapuram connectivity to Singapore through Bengaluru. This service has been introduced in response to growing demand on this sector, particularly from business and corporate travellers.
Jet Airways flight 9W 024 will depart Bengaluru's Kempegowda International Airport at 1110 hrs and arrive in Singapore at 1810 hrs (Local Time). The flight 9W 023 will leave Singapore at 1915 hrs (LT) to arrive in Bengaluru at 2115 hrs (LT).
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Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport serves as the primary international airport for the capital city of the Indian State of Maharashtra and Mumbai. This airport is the primary hub for Jet Airways, Air India, GoAir and JetKonnect. The airport has two runaways and can handle nearly 40 million passengers every year. Other airlines which fly to and from this airport include Kenya Airways, Korean Air, Lufthansa, Ethiad Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways, Turkish Airlines and many others.
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Jet Airways Flights to India
Jet Airways is the best of the new breed of Indian carrier With ultra modern aircraft, unrivalled onboard service (particularly if you like Punjabi cuisine) and great Bollywood in-flight movies, this is the airline to use for your business trip or adventure holiday.
Jet Airways operate direct flights from Heathrow Terminal 3 to Amritsar (daily); to Mumbai (Twice Daily)and to Delhi (Daily). Then, within the land of tigers, sunsets and Chapatis, the domestic network stretches to over 50 destinations and the international to 19 airports.
International flights have a choice of two classes: Premiere (Business) and Economy on state of the art A330 and A340 Airbus aircraft, whilst the newly introduced Boeing 777 offers a fantastic First Class product. The major hubs are at Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and Bangalore, connecting most of the major cities of India (including the tourist meccas of Goa and Varanasi).
Jet Airways slogan is "The Joy of Flying" and proclaims to be " Young, Smart and Dynamic" - we whole heartedly agree with both descriptions! Jet Airways is exactly the sort of airline we, at Alternative Airlines, want you to try. Any prejudices you may hold having experienced old, state run monsters will be shredded by the enthusiasm, professionalism and attention to detail of "India’s Most Preferred Airline." Plus the ticket prices reflect a modern, efficient fleet run by modern, cost-conscious management. Try it - enjoy the food - get the taste for the exotic country that lies ahead of you when you land. Modern India now starts at Heathrow.
The newly introduced Boeing 777 offers a fantastic First Class product with only 8 seats arranged in individual private cabins.
From October 14th Jet Airways relocated its operations at Heathrow to Terminal 4 from Terminal 3 with The Jet Airways check-in counters now located in Zone C, on the departure level.
Jet Airways is in talks to acquire fifty more narrowbody jets informed sources have told Bloomberg news.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, the source said the Indian carrier is considering the B737 MAX, the stretched "10" variant in particular, as well as the A321neo. An agreement could be signed in the coming months for deliveries starting in 2024.
A Full-Service Carrier (FSC), Jet Airways announced an order with Boeing in November 2015 for seventy-five B737 MAX 8s with options and purchase rights for an additional fifty aircraft. Deliveries are expected to commence in July 2018.