Jet Airways of India Launches an Additional Route Through Abu Dhabi International Airport
Sunday, 23 June 2013
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ABU DHABI, Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) today announced that Jet Airways, an Indian private airline, has started seven new flights a week between Kochi and Kuwait, via Abu Dhabi International Airport.

The airline currently operates eleven direct flights a week between Mumbai and Abu Dhabi and another seven direct flights a week between Delhi and Abu Dhabi.

The new route operates a Boeing 737 Next Generation (NG) aircraft with 170 seats.

Ahmad Al Haddabi, chief operations officer at ADAC, said: “We are delighted to see that our airline partners are expanding their services to meet growing demand from passengers.  At ADAC, we continuously support initiatives to offer our customers more choices as this puts us a step towards reaching our goal of becoming a leading world-class airport.

“This new route provides a vital connection between two markets that are important for Abu Dhabi: India and Kuwait. Abu Dhabi International Airport looks forward to providing business and leisure travelers with world-class services.”

Jaleel Khaled, regional general manager, Jet Airways added: “Our   airline   has  enjoyed  a  successful  partnership  with  Abu  Dhabi International  Airport  and  we  look forward to expanding our relationship through  this  new  route  offering.  Jet Airways is committed to providing a high quality and reliable service to all passengers wishing to explore India, Abu Dhabi and Kochi via this new route.”