There are 300 daily Jet Airways flights to 68 destinations in 17 countries. The airline's main hub is at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport while subsidiary hubs are at Amsterdam Schiphol, Chennai, Indira Ghandhi, Kempegowda and Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Airports. Until recently, a quirk of the Indian Jet Airways was that it offered Belgians the best choice of connections from their country to North America and Canada. This changed when its Brussels hub was moved to Amsterdam Schiphol.
The mainly white aircraft on Jet Airways flights carry distinctive livery colours of blue and gold. Whether you're planning a holiday to the Indian sub-continent or have business meetings to attend, search online for competitive flights to India from Jet Airways. The airline's slogan, The Joy of Flying is summed up in the passenger service it offers:
106 aircraft are used for Jet Airways flights while a further 10 are on lease to Etihad Airways and Turkish Airlines. The fleet ranges from high-capacity Airbus A330 and Boeing 777 craft used on long-haul routes to smaller ATR72 planes used for domestic services within India. A further 85 aircraft are in production and due to come into service in 2017 and 2018, an indication of the airline's confidence in its future growth and success.