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Jet Airways' Boeing 737-800 VT-JBD
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Jet Airways’ network map and schedule analysis for middle east and gulf

As Jet Airways announces its fifth daily flight between Mumbai and Dubai, thanks to an exhaustive analysis by our supporter Abhijit, we have compiled a map of Jet Airways gulf and middle-east network. The map is generated courtesy of GCMap.

Jet Airways gulf and middle-east network as of winter 2014 schedule.
Jet Airways gulf and middle-east network as of winter 2014 schedule. 273 frequencies per week.
Map generated at gcmap.com.

Jet Airways will operate 280 frequencies a week between India and the middle-east and Gulf region in the Winter 2014 time-table. This does not include code-shares operated by other airlines.

  • Abu Dhabi, UAE: 63 times a week (14 ex Mumbai, seven each ex New Delhi, Bangalore, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Goa, and Lucknow)
  • Dubai, UAE: 63 times a week (35 ex Mumbai, 14 ex New Delhi, seven each ex Kochi and Mangalore)
  • Dammam, Saudi Arabia: 42 times a week (Seven each ex New Delhi, Mumbai, Kochi, Calicut, Trivandrum, and Hyderabad (via Abu Dhabi)
  • Doha, Qatar: 42 times a week (14 ex Mumbai, seven each ex New Delhi, Kochi, Calicut, Trivandrum)
  • Kuwait City: 21 times a week (14 ex Mumbai and seven ex Chennai via Abu Dhabi)
  • Muscat, Oman: 21 times a week (Seven each ex Mumbai, Kochi, Trivandrum)
  • Al Manama, Bahrain: Seven times a week ex Mumbai
  • Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Seven times a week ex Mumbai
  • Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Seven times a week ex Mumbai
  • Sharjah, UAE: Seven times a week ex Kochi

About Devesh Agarwal

A electronics and automotive product management, marketing and branding expert, he was awarded a silver medal at the Lockheed Martin innovation competition 2010. He is ranked 6th on Mashable's list of aviation pros on Twitter and in addition to Bangalore Aviation, he has contributed to leading publications like Aviation Week, Conde Nast Traveller India, The Economic Times, and The Mint (a Wall Street Journal content partner). He remains a frequent flier and shares the good, the bad, and the ugly about the Indian aviation industry without fear or favour.

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8 comments

  1. Hi, I am a regular visitor of your blog. But this particular post is pointless, it feels as if you have posted something just for the heck of it because you could not find anything more meaningful. This is not an “EXHAUSTIVE” analysis of schedule, anyone with a bit of common sense and internet know how can gather the above information. Its been a while, you need more meaningful content. You must start inviting Aviation professionals (maybe retired ones) to be guest writers on your blogs to attract more sensible readers.

    This is a critical piece of advice from a regular visitor.

    • Hi Naveen, thanks for the comment. Satyendra is writing on slightly more technical topics which focus on airline operations and strategy.

      We try to work on a variety of subjects, and sometimes a particular post may not generate as much interest as we think it would. Can you suggest topics that are of interest to you?

      We hope to generate more content which will suit your interest areas.

      • Good Evening, Devesh sir I just heard that Jet Airways is gonna launch Bangalore-Brussels flight from 4th December, 2014, Air China is planning to launch Bangalore-Beijing flight. Is it really true or just some rumours?????

        • At present, this is not confirmed.

        • Jeez – not BLR-BRU again – the last time 9W launched it to offset IT’s BLR-LHR flight – totally mis-planned and badly executed. Hope they are not repeating the same mistake again – far better to route traffic via AUH at this stage.

      • Absolutely, things with interest can be varied
        1. Innovation – Out of the box concepts used by airlines across the world
        2. Performance of Airlines in the lesser known markets
        3. What drives sales, in India and elsewhere
        4. What is the concept behind airline sales in general?
        etc

  2. I think in two years 9W regional network will be significantly different. Most non AUH feeder routes will be dropped to accommodate additional 12k/week traffic to AUH, assuming 9W gets 50% of Indian seats.

    Unless 9W orders new planes (very unlikely) it has to drop domestic or other regional routes.

  3. Do you expect 9W to vacate DXB/SHJ- in order to concentrate only AUH-India-AUH ?