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Jet Airways introduces 28 new flights in September to enhance domestic connectivity

Jet Airways introduces 28 new flights in September to enhance domestic connectivity

Continuing its focus on growing its domestic presence, Jet Airways, India's premier full-service international airline, is set to introduce 28 new flights in the coming month.

Being a network carrier, Jet Airways' new services – including industry firsts as well as a mix of non-stop and one-stop flights – will strengthen the airline's footprint, enabling it to meet the rising demand for domestic and international air travel in emerging cities. The new services will also help connect guests with other cities including metros as well as the airline's global network via its hubs in Mumbai, Delhi, and Bengaluru.

In a series of industry-firsts, Jet Airways will introduce daily flights from Indore, connecting the 'largest city in Madhya Pradesh' to Jodhpur as well as to Vadodara. In other notable firsts, Jet Airways is also set to commence flight operations between Chandigarh and Lucknow, Ahmedabad and Jodhpur as well as Vadodara and Jaipur. Jet Airways will be the only airline in the country operating these routes which will improve connectivity between north India and central as well as western India.

The airline is also introducing additional frequencies on key existing routes, expanding non-stop capacity between Mumbai – Guwahati and Delhi – Bagdogra and providing additional one-stop connectivity on the Mumbai – Bagdogra and New Delhi – Guwahati routes.

Among other network enhancements, the schedule will see Jet Airways launch non-stop flights connecting Bengaluru with Lucknow, Indore with Kolkata, Kolkata with Chandigarh, Coimbatore with Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam with Mumbai and Delhi, reflecting the growing demand for its services to facilitate the travel aspirations of its guests.

The airline's focus on Indore is evident, given that the city is fast shaping up as a key pillar in its pan-India network due to its central location and expanding infrastructure. Jet Airways is all set to deepen it's connect with Indore by offering services to 14 cities across the country. In fact, the airline will be the only one providing non-stop connectivity from Indore to emerging markets and mini metros such as Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Vadodara, Jodhpur, Allahabad, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Nagpur and Pune. Jet Airways will also provide non-stop connectivity from Indore to metros such as Kolkata and Hyderabad as well as its hubs in Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru channelising network traffic seamlessly to its international network. The airline's latest service to Kolkata will finally link it to the main commercial and financial hub of East.

The airline's new services such as Indore - Vadodara and Indore – Jodhpur will promote travel and stimulate business and economic activity in each of the cities, especially for the Small and Medium Enterprises located in and around Vadodara as well as Jodhpur. The new and existing flights will also enable Jet Airways' guests to avail the airline's day-return services from Indore to Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Nagpur. Further, guests from Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Pune and Kolkata will now have additional connectivity to Jodhpur, Allahabad, Vadodara and vice versa via Indore.

Mr. Raj Sivakumar, Sr. Vice-President, Worldwide Sales & Distribution, Jet Airways, said, "As air travel gains prominence in emerging cities across India such as Indore, Jodhpur, Guwahati, Visakhapatnam and Vadodara, there is an increasing need to introduce connectivity solution for these cities. Our schedule has been meticulously planned to meet the expected surge in demand over the coming months. New flights, additional frequencies, greater capacity across more sectors are meant to offer our discerning guests additional choice, convenience, connectivity and superior comfort. This will also benefit Small and Medium Enterprises as well as corporate travellers who will be able to enjoy day-return flights. I am sure our new flights will reinforce Jet Airways' as the preferred airline and will boost connectivity, trade and development in each of these cities."

The detailed flight schedule is as under:

Sector Flight Number Frequency Departure Time Arrival Time
Ahmedabad -Jodhpur 9W 706 Except Sunday 0945 1120
Jodhpur -Ahmedabad 9W 705 Except Sunday 1710 1840
Vadodara - Indore 9W 138 Sun/Tue/Thu/Fri 1250 1355
Indore - Vadodara 9W 137 Sun/Tue/Thu/Fri 1450 1605
Jaipur – Vadodara 9W 133 Sun/Tue/Thu/Fri 1035 1225
Vadodara - Jaipur 9W 134 Sun/Tue/Thu/Fri 1640 1840
Jodhpur – Indore 9W 710 Daily 1215 1355
Indore – Jodhpur 9W 709 Daily 1500 1645
Chandigarh - Lucknow 9W 3523 Daily 1445 1640



Jet Airways 6x Daily Flight From Mumbai To Dubai !

Jet Airways 6x Daily Flight From Mumbai To Dubai !

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Route Fare Starting From
Mumbai – Dubai

Economy Business
MYR 583 MYR 1333
Flight No Route Depart Arrival Frequency
9W 580  


Mumbai - Dubai

0155 0335  






9W 542 0920 1100
9W 536 1230 1410
9W 538 1555 1735
9W 544 1850 2035
9W 558 2040 2225
9W 579  


Dubai - Mumbai

0645 1130
9W 541 1200 1645
9W 535 1510 2015
9W 537 1835 2325
9W 543 2215 0255
9W 557 2325 0415

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  • Fares are applicable on return journeys in Economy from Mumbai to Dubai on direct flights operated by Jet Airways
  • Tickets must be purchased on or before Aug 29, 2018.
  • Travel date is open with black out date. 
  • Child/infant discount, date change, flight change, refund charges, weekend surcharge, black out period, travel restriction and/or flight restriction will be applicable as mentioned in the fare rule.
  • Jet Airways reserves the right at any time, without prior notice to add, alter, modify, change or vary all or any of these terms and conditions or to replace wholly or in part, the above offer by another offer, whether similar to above offer or not, or to withdraw it altogether.

You can book your flight on our website, mobile app, contact centre or your nearest travel agent.

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Wonders of Autumn

Wonders of Autumn

With exclusive offers and discounts on must-have fashion, there has never been a better reason to treat yourself, your family and your friends at McArthurGlen Designer Outlets this Autumn.

From 15 September to 14 October, visit Guest Services at participating McArthurGlen Designer Outlets and present this invitation to receive your exclusive brand offers, as well as a Fashion Passport, giving you an additional 10% discount*.
*In participating stores. Offers cannot be combined.

Promotion period: September 15th - October 14th, 2018

Exclusive offers: 

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Jet Airways expands codeshare agreement with Bangkok Airways

Jet Airways expands codeshare agreement with Bangkok Airways

Jet Airways, India's premier full-service international airline and Bangkok Airways, Asia's Boutique Airline, announced the expansion of their existing codeshare agreement to provide more choice and convenient travel options. Guests travelling between key destinations across Thailand, Vietnam, and India, will benefit from this alignment between the two airlines.

Moreover, this expanded partnership will offer guests enhanced connectivity and seamless access when travelling throughout the combined networks of both the airlines.

Under the expanded codeshare agreement, Jet Airways will place its marketing code on Bangkok Airways' flights beyond Bangkok to Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Koh Samui, Krabi, Phuket, Sukhothai and Trat in Thailand and Da Nang, Phu Quoc in Vietnam.

The codeshare flights have been opened for sale for travel starting from 23rd August, 2018.

Subsequently, Bangkok Airways will place its marketing code on Jet Airways' flights beyond Mumbai to key destinations like Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Delhi, Goa and Chennai; as well as beyond Delhi to Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Chennai.

Currently, Jet Airways places its code on Bangkok Airways' flights between Mumbai and Bangkok while Bangkok Airways places its codes on Jet Airways' flights between Bangkok-Mumbai and Bangkok-Delhi.

On the occasion of the codeshare expansion, Gaurang Shetty, Whole-time Director, Jet Airways, said, "This is a continuation of our endeavour to offer our guests more choice and connectivity across key markets around the globe. Jet Airways and Bangkok Airways have been codeshare partners since 2013, and with this enhancement we will for the first time, be able to offer our guests seamlessly connectivity on codeshare flights to seven key touristic favorites across Thailand, as well as growing markets in Vietnam. This codeshare agreement will further lead to a boost in tourism and trade between India and these Asian nations."

Mr. Puttipong Prasarttong-Osoth, President of Bangkok Airways said "Jet Airways is a leading international airline with a major presence in India and across the world. We are pleased to expand cooperation with Jet Airways to strengthen our respective route networks and offer business and leisure travelers with unprecedented and convenient access to new gateways. Moreover, Jet Airways' codeshare passengers traveling on Bangkok Airways will enjoy the boutique airline's unparalleled services such as lounge access and in-flight meal."

For more information about Bangkok Airways, please visit or contact Call Center 1771 (24 hours) or +66(2) 270 6699.


From shopper to marketer

From shopper to marketer


Being a fan of the brand you market certainly helps – just ask McArthurGlen’s director of marketing operations, Isabelle Ratinaud.

Not everyone can say they’ve landed their dream job, but McArthurGlen’s director of marketing operations, Isabelle Ratinaud, who joined the company last June is one of the lucky few.

“Before I knew I would work here, I’ve already been a McArthurGlen shopper for the past 15 years – I’ve been to eight outlets and even frequented one at least seven times! So when they came up with the position, I knew it was for me.

“In fact, I think my husband was the happiest, because he loves shopping just as much as I do,” quipped Ratinaud who comes with travel, retail and e-commerce experience.

Cultivated Rich Asians

“There is now less difference in shopping behaviour between our Asian and European guests. Essentially, everyone wants to find the brand and item that makes them feel special.”

While Asians used to prefer classic European brands such as Prada, Gucci and Bottega Veneta, she observes that they now gravitate towards brands that are lesserknown and hard to find as more of them travel frequently to Europe

In response, she and her team introduced pop-up stores at the outlets featuring new designers “who may not even have their own stores” to keep things fresh.

Indonesia, Thailand and Philippines are source markets the company is also interested in expanding, she revealed.

To reach out to more customers, Ratinaud is developing several marketing campaigns themed around fashion seasons – think Autumn/Winter and Spring/Summer – Fashion Week in Paris, Milan and London, as well as big occasions such as Lunar New Year and Autumn Festival.

Staying relevant with new experiences

Within the outlets, changes are also taking place rapidly as luxury consumer preferences evolve.

Even as new outlets open in quick succession – the Group added 85,000 sq m of new retail space last year – existing ones are being redeveloped to offer an updated shopping experience with food & beverage being a key focus.

“Tourists want to experience local products when they come to our outlets. We’re lucky we are in countries with amazing food but we also want to work with local suppliers to ensure we bring in plenty of innovative and authentic
cuisine for our consumers.”

Over the next year, 20 new F&B concepts will be introduced to the portfolio, according to Ratinaud.

Outlets will also incorporate a distinct sense of place as shopping is now seen as a highly social experience instead of being merely functional.

Putting it simply, “you shop with friends and family and you share these experiences on social media. You want a beautiful environment where you can shop beautiful brands, while having a glass or a lovely meal,” said Ratinaud.

The latest outlet in Provence is a perfect example. “Not only does it look just like a southern France village with beautiful reproductions of local houses, it smells like one (you can detect whiffs of lavender). The experience is very pleasurable.”

It’s the reason why the outlet is one of her favourites, although the French-born marketer admits it might also have to do with her penchant for shopping.

“It has really fantastic brands. I find it hard to go there each time without buying something.”

Source: Travel Weekly Asia July 2018 Ebook