Jet @Amsterdam


Jet's new European gateway from March 27, 2016 -  Which will operate daily, non-stop flights between Mumbai, Delhi, Toronto and Amsterdam

Jet Airways India | Airbus A330-300 

Jet Airways has decided to stop operating flights to the U.S. from March 27, 2016 onwards by reworking its flight schedule. The airline, India’s second largest airline after Air India, had started flying to the U.S. namely to New York and Newark airports in 2007. 

The airline on Monday announced the introduction of daily non-stop services between India and Amsterdam, its new European gateway as it has finalised plans to shut down its European hub at Brussels towards end of March 2016. The Brussels hub was opened in 2007 and Jet Airways was operating multiple flights to this destination from Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Bengaluru at some point.   

With effect from March 27, 2016, Jet Airways will stop offering its flights to Newark via Brussels. Neither Newark will be connected by Jet Airways through Amsterdam. A senor Jet Airways official confirmed the pull out from Brussels and the U.S. markets. 

The airline had pulled out of the New York station in 2012. However, it will operate its flight to Toronto. Jet Airways which is now feeding passenger traffic to Etihad Airways through its hub in Abu Dhabi is curtailing long haul flight to cut down losses. Etihad Airways owns 24 per cent stake in Jet Airways.    

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