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Jet Airways has announced that it will re-introduce its third service on the Delhi-Udaipur sector in India, with a new ATR 72-500 aircraft, effective September 1, 2008. The flight will operate six days a week, with the exception of Tuesdays.
Jet Airways has announced that it will launch daily direct flights from October 31, 2008, to connect Bengaluru, India, with the North American cities of New York and Toronto, via its European hub in Brussels, Belgium.
Qatar Airways has announced that it will operate a daily non-stop flight between Doha, Qatar, and New York, US, beginning on October 26, 2008.
South African Airways (SAA) received two more influential awards, being recognized as the "Best Airline in Africa" along with having the "Best Cabin Crew in Africa." These awards were bestowed by World Airline Awards, which are based on the annual World Airline Survey by British aviation experts Skytrax(TM).
NEW DELHI: Jet Airways may have curtailed its domestic footprint, but the Naresh Goyal-owned carrier has started scouting for a second hub in Europe after Brussels.
By Kushan Mitra Jet Airways has declared a large profit of Rs 143 crore for the first quarter ended June, but most of it is the result of the way it now depreciates its smaller Boeing 737 and ATR planes.
Jet Airways has launched daily direct flights from the Indian cities of Mumbai and Delhi to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. The airline said that Dubai will be the sixth destination in its Gulf network and the second in the United Arab Emirates.
By Arpit Basu KOLKATA: On the eve of a very busy day at Kolkata airport - more than 8,500 passengers are booked in Wednesday's flights - chaos reigned at every booking counter in the airport and across the city.
By Manju V MUMBAI: At every international airport in India, only one security agency is allowed to conduct X-ray screening of registered baggage for all foreign flights. But Jet Airways has apparently been flouting this norm at the Mumbai airport for a while.
MUMBAI: It will be more work and less rest for Indian pilots, after all. The Bombay high court on Thursday let the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) have its way and dismissed a petition filed by three pilots' associations challenging a circular curbing the cabin crew's rest hours.
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