Jet Airways has received its first Airbus A330-300.
The aircraft, which has 293 seats in a two-class configuration, will first be used on services from Mumbai to Brussels starting 22 December.
This is the Indian carrier's first of four -300s on order. Two of these aircraft will be used to replace its two leased A330-200s, while the remaining two will be progressively used on its international routes, says the carrier.
Flightglobal's Ascend Online database shows that all four -300s are leased from GECAS.
Jet is also expecting to receive its second -300 later this month.