India's Jet Airways plans to expand its domestic network by launching two new services and increasing capacity on two existing ones.
Low-cost subsidiary Jet Airways Konnect will start daily flights on the Kochi-Bengaluru-Ahmedabad route from 28 March, says the carrier.
It will also roll out a five-times weekly service on the Hyderabad-Chennai-Port Blair sector on the same day.
Jet will operate Boeing 737-800 aircraft on both routes, it says.
Also from 28 March, it will have a daily service on the Mumbai-Nagpur route, which it now serves four-times a week. It will also add a third daily flight on the Mumbai-Indore route.
"Jet Airways' Konnect services continue to remain extremely popular with guests, consistently registering high network-wide load factors. There has also been a demand for an enhancement of and introduction of new Konnect services on some domestic routes, and the introduction of these flights is in keeping with the same," says Jet's CEO Nikos Kardassis.