Indian giant links Nordics via Amsterdam

Jet Airways announces new European gateway
Indian giant Jet Airways has announced the launch of daily non-stop services between India and Amsterdam. To start on March 27, the Mumbai and New Delhi flights will have connections from 14 destinations in the Nordics via Amsterdam with KLM.
India’s second-biggest airline will operate two daily non-stop flights to Amsterdam Schiphol, one each from its home hubs in Mumbai and New Delhi. It will also operate a daily flight from Toronto to Amsterdam. The flights are already up for sale.
The carrier will deploy its Airbus A330-300 aircraft on these routes, with 34 seats in premiere and 259 in economy.
The 14 destinations in the Nordics that will gain from this are BLL, AAL and CPH in Denmark, TRF, OSL, BGO, SVG, TRD, KRS and AES in Norway, LPI, GOT and ARN in Sweden and HEL in Finland.
Jet Airways will be landing in Mumbai and New Delhi before midnight, which it sees as a great advantage over its competitors.
With the aim of providing convenient connections for passengers to and from key cities in Europe and North America via Amsterdam, Jet has entered into a strategic agreement with both KLM and Delta Air Lines. Under the agreement it will codeshare to 30 European destinations for travel between India and Europe via Amsterdam and 11 destinations between India and North America including New York JFK, Newark, Washington DC, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Vancouver and Montreal.
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