ABU DHABI: Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) and Jet Airways added four direct weekly flights between Abu Dhabi International Airport and Bombay Airport in India as of 18th October 2012. The India-based airline previously operated daily flights from Abu Dhabi direct to Bombay and Delhi in India, according to a joint press release by the two companies.
The flights from Abu Dhabi International Airport will depart at 1:15 in the morning, while flights from Bombay will depart at 22:40 in the evening. The additional four flights will increase the 14 weekly flights from Abu Dhabi International Airport to 18, providing travelers with maximum flexibility in regards to travelling to India.
The new flight will provide seamless connectivity to guests flying to Jet Airways’ international hub in Mumbai, as well as onwards on Jet Airways’ South India domestic network and to Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Dhaka, Kathmandu and Colombo.
Jet Airways presently operates 46 daily flights between India and the Middle Eastern region. The airline deploys its state-of-the-art next generation Boeing 737-800 aircraft, offering Premiere and Economy configurations. Guests are offered the airline’s superior in-flight product, which boasts of warm service, award winning entertainment, as well as delectable cuisine.
“ADAC is committed to ensuring that Jet Airways is provided with the tools it needs to continue to offer frequent flights between Abu Dhabi and India, the most popular destination for passengers leaving Abu Dhabi. As one of the fastest growing airports around the world, ADAC is keen to support its airline partners as they continue to cater to the growing demand for more convenient and flexible travel solutions,” Chief Operating Officer at ADAC Ahmad Al Haddabi commented.
“Jet Airways has established itself as a prestigious brand on account of the warmth of its service and quality of its product. We are thrilled to now offer four additional direct flights a week from Abu Dhabi to Mumbai and we are confident that this new service will prove equally popular with our guests,” Chief Commercial Officer of Jet Airways Sudheer Raghavan commented.