Jet Airways directs more flights to Europe; strengthens Air France-KLM alliance

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai | April 10, 2017 11:24 IST

India’s second-largest airline in terms of passengers carried, Jet Airways, intends to extend its partnership with the Air-France-KLM Group and Delta Air Lines by attempting to introduce direct flights to Amsterdam and Paris.

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India’s second-largest airline in terms of passengers carried, Jet Airways, intends to extend its partnership with the Air-France-KLM Group and Delta Air Lines by attempting to introduce direct flights to Amsterdam and Paris.
 
According to a national daily, Jet Airways may have already finalised the plans to direct a flight from Bengaluru to Amsterdam, and the other from Chennai to Paris. Jet airways may commence its operations from early winter even as it will be using Airbus A330 for the said route.
 
As of now, Jet Airways has a direct flight from Delhi and Mumbai to Amsterdam.
 
Naresh Goyal owned Jet Airways, entered into a commercial agreement with Air France-KLM and Delta, last year to provide codeshare flights on European and North American routes.
 
Jet Airways can connect to Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, Minneapolis, Portland, Miami, Salt Lake City and Seattle, through Amsterdam. This route may also help Jet airways connect to Mexico City via Air France-KLM flights.

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