Jet Airways is transferring several of its domestic services to no-frills subsidiary Jet Airways Konnect over the next three months.
The Indian full-service airline says that on 3 September, Jet Airways Konnect will take over return services on the Kolkata-Delhi, Kolkata-Bagdogra and Kolkata-Guwahati routes.
On 15 September, it will take over a return flight on Delhi-Pune and Delhi-Guwahati, and a one-way service on the Delhi-Chennai sector.
From 16 September, it will take over a Chennai-Delhi service, return services on Delhi-Guwahati-Bagdodgra, and one way on the Mumbai-Delhi, Delhi-Bengaluru, and Bengaluru-Mumbai services. On 17 September, it will take over some return services from Mumbai to Aurangabad, Chandigarh and Kolkata.
On 18 September, it will begin operations on a return services from Delhi-Hyderabad and Delhi-Mumbai. On 1 October, it will replace Jet on another flight on the Delhi-Chennai and Delhi-Kolkata sectors, Mumbai-Udaipur-Jaipur-Delhi and Delhi-Jaipur-Udaipur-Delhi.
"Jet Airways Konnect, with its low-fare, high quality services, has proven to be very popular with travellers across India. With strong demand for Konnect services on these domestic routes, we are confident that the new flights will be well-appreciated," says Jet Airways CEO Wolfgang Prock-Schauer.