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Jet Airways is the second biggest prime airline based in Mumbai, India, mainly in terms of carrying passengers and business turnover. Daily, more than 3000 flights ply to a round-about 76 destinations globally. Mumbai being the main hub at the Siroya Centre, its secondary hubs are spread over Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata and Bengaluru.
Jet Airways Fleet and Technology
Jet Airways flies one of the youngest fleets comprising of Airbus A330-200, Airbus A330-300, ATR 72-500, ATR 72-600, Boeing 737-700, Boeing 737-800, Boeing 737-900, Boeing 737 MAX 8, Boeing 777,300ER and Boeing 787-9. In total, Jet Airways flies a total of 113 fleets of modern day aircrafts.
Reach of Jet Airways
Jet Airways serves a total of 76 destinations out of which 52 are domestic and 21 are international that are across Asia, Europe and North America
Cabin Services, In-flight Amenities
The next generation Boeing 373 aircraft are designed in Economy Classes and in Premiere, whereas, the ATR 72-500 have Economy class configuration. There are 40-inch extra wide seats and personal widescreen LCD attached to the seat in the 2-2 Premiere Class.
The Economy Class on the Boeing 737 features a 30-inch seat pitch with personal LCD and various facilities. On the Boeing 737, the Jet Airways was the world's first airline to introduce in-flight entertainment system.
The Panasonic eFX IFE and the eX2 IFE system offer AVOD (audio-video on demand) where passengers can manage the controls and listen as they desire. The Jet Screen has over 100 movies, 11 audio channels, 80 TV programmes and CD library with numerous titles. The eXport allows passengers to plug in their devices and get an access to their personal devices.
- Innovative methods and continuous up-gradation have brought in the Boeing 777-300ER and Airbus A330-200 aircrafts with updated classes which now have a new cabin with more comfortable seats with enough legroom. The Airbus A330-200 aircraft has Premier and Economy Classes, while, the Boeing 777-300ER has three classes: First Class, Business (Premier) and Economy with meals served on all classes.
Every Boeing 777-300ER aircraft has unique kind of private suites that are available. All the seats in the First Class are convertible into a fully flat bed which is similar to Etihad or Emirates. The First Class passenger can enjoy a 23-inch widescreen LCD monitor, noise cancelling BOSE headphones, audio-video on demand and USB ports. The closable door makes the compartment private.
On the international fleet of Boeing 777-300ER and Airbus A300-200 the classes have fully flat bed with AVOD entertainment. Experience the herringbone pattern of the seats on Boeing 777-300ER and Airbus A330-200 directly facing the aisle. Each of the seats has a 15.4-inch LCD screen with AVOD, power supply and USB ports are provided. Enjoy the standard recliner seats with a massager and electronic recline.
The Economy Class on Jet aircrafts has 32-inch seat pitch and 'hammock-style' footrest on the A330-200/777-300ER aircrafts. The cabin on the Airbus A330-200 was recently changed to 3-4-3 and 3-3-3 on the Boeing 777-300ER to boost revenue. Each of the Economy Seats is equipped with a 10.6 inch touch screen LCD TV with AVOD.
Passengers on board can enjoy Mood Lighting on both the aircrafts, when lights matching upto the time duration and position of the aircraft.