Jet Airways will enhance its network connectivity from Pune with the launch of its new direct services to Hyderabad, Nagpur and Ahmedabad, effective 15-Jul-08.
The flight from Pune to Hyderabad and Ahmedabad will be a daily direct flight whereas flights between Pune and Nagpur will operate six days a week, with the exception of Saturdays.
Jet Airways’ flight 9W 3421 (Pune-Hyderabad) will depart Pune at 0615 hrs and arrive Hyderabad at 0740 hrs. The return flight 9W 3422 (Hyderabad-Pune) will depart Hyderabad at 0825 hrs and arrive Pune at 1035 hrs. Jet Airways will operate the first flights of the day into both Pune and Hyderabad on this sector.
Jet Airways’ flight 9W 3423 (Pune-Nagpur) will depart Pune at 1105 hrs and arrive Nagpur at 1255 hrs. The return flight 3424 (Nagpur-Pune) will depart Nagpur at 1325 hrs and arrive Pune at 1535 hrs. Jet Airways Pune-Nagpur-Pune flights will operate daily except on Saturdays.
Jet Airways’ flight 9W 3425 (Pune-Ahmedabad) will depart daily (except Saturdays) from Pune at 1610 hrs and arrive Ahmedabad at 1745 hrs. On Saturdays, Jet Airways flight 9W 3425 (Pune-Ahmedabad) will depart Pune at 1705 hrs and arrive Ahmedabad at 1840 hrs. The return flight 9W 3426 (Ahmedabad-Pune) will depart daily (except Saturdays) from Ahmedabad at 1815 hrs and arrive Pune at 1950 hrs. On Saturdays, Jet Airways flight 9W 3426 (Ahmedabad-Pune) will depart Ahmedabad at 1910 hrs and arrive Pune at 2045 hrs. Jet Airways’ Ahmedabad-Pune service is the last daily direct flight on this sector.
Announcing the launch of these new flights, Mr. Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, CEO, Jet Airways, said, “With several large Indian and multi-national companies setting up operations in and around Pune, and the resultant growth of the city, there has been a growing demand for greater air connectivity to and from Pune. As such, with the launch of these direct flights to Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Nagpur, Jet Airways will tap into the passenger demand on these burgeoning sectors, given the enormous growth potential on these routes”.
(c) Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation. Date posted: 3-Jul-08