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Indiaís premier airline, Jet Airways and its wholly-owned subsidiary, JetLite will soon migrate the groupís international and domestic operations to the new swanky Terminal 3 at Delhiís Indira Gandhi International Airport.

Jet Airways And JetLite To Move Operations To New Terminal 3 At Delhi Airport

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India’s premier airline, Jet Airways and its wholly-owned subsidiary, JetLite will soon migrate the group’s international and domestic operations to the new swanky Terminal 3 at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. The airline also plans to increase capacities from Delhi providing its guests with seamless passenger experience on its domestic and international network.
While the international flight operations of Jet Airways and JetLite is set to migrate to T3 effective July 28th , the domestic operations will later migrate to DIAL’s new Terminal 3 by August 27th. Jet airways that currently operates more than 74 flights daily out of Delhi, plans to develop Delhi’s new Terminal 3 as one of its major international hubs.
Spread across 5.4 million sq ft, the new terminal building comprises a range of world class features and facilities designed to provide superior passenger comfort and convenience. It has 168 check-in counters, 95 immigration counters, a large retail presence, transit hotel and an array of services to offer guests a truly world-class passenger experience.
Nikos Kardassis, CEO - Jet Airways, commenting on the airlines move to the new terminal said, "DIAL's new airport building, is truly one of the best terminals in the world. At Jet Airways we plan to harness this world class infrastructure, as an engine for mutual growth. Especially since Terminal 3 in Delhi opens up immense possibilities for the economic development of this region, as airlines will now be able to offer seamless connectivity from India to the world.”


Last Updated: 2010-07-28T11:37:57+05:30

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