Jet Airways Launches New Flights From Mumbai

India’s Jet Airways has launched new domestic and international services from Mumbai to Lucknow and Kuwait. Flight 9W 665 departed Mumbai at 1113 hrs and landed ahead of schedule in Lucknow at 1221 hrs while the inaugural flight to Kuwait, 9W 572, departed Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport at 1854 hrs and is scheduled to arrive in Kuwait at 2030 hrs. Both flights are operated by Jet Airways’ Boeing 737-800 aircraft in a 2-class configuration.

 

Passengers onboard both flights will enjoy comfortable seating and hot meals presented in designer crockery. In the airline’s Première business class, passengers are seated in spacious seats with a seat pitch of 44 inches in a 2-2 configuration, accompanied by a course-by-course personalized meal. Economy passengers are seated in a 3-3 configuration, with a seat pitch of 31 inches, ensuring ample legroom and comfort.

 

Mumbai-Lucknow

Operating daily, flight 9W 665 departs Mumbai at 1110 hrs, arriving in Lucknow at 1320 hrs. The return flight, 9W 666, takes off from Lucknow at 1350 hrs, landing back in Mumbai at 1600 hrs. The new flight complements Jet Airways’ existing service between Lucknow and Delhi, offering passengers greater connectivity to the airline’s domestic network and its international destinations in Asia, Europe, Middle East and North America.

 

Mumbai-Kuwait

Flight 9W 572 departs Mumbai daily at 1900 hrs, arriving in Kuwait at 2030 hrs in the evening. The return flight, 9W 571, takes off from Kuwait at 2130 hrs and arrives back in Mumbai at 0400 hrs the next morning. The new service is Jet Airways’ second daily service between India and Kuwait, complementing the existing Kochi-Kuwait flights.

 

Jet Airways currently operate a fleet of 87 aircraft to 63 destinations within India and beyond, including Bangkok, Brussels, Colombo, Dhaka, Hong Kong, Kathmandu, Kuala Lumpur, London, New York, Singapore and Toronto. In addition to Kuwait, Jet Airways operates daily services to Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Doha, Dubai and Muscat in the Middle East.

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