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Jet Airways

India's second largest airline (preceded by Air India only).

Jet Airways is the biggest domestic carrier in India. Operates intensively from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Pune, but also runs a hub at Brussels International Airport in Europe.

The airline was founded in 1993, but already as a modern fleet and a very good reputation.

We are presenting general information about the airline on this page, enjoy!


Fact sheet


 General company information...

Official name: 

Jet Airways



IATA designator:


ICAO designator:



Abu Dhabi, UAE





Brussels Airport - Brussels, Belgium

Chennai International Airport - Chennai, India

Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport - Delhi, India

Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport - Mumbai, India

Focus cities, regions,

secondary hubs:






Number of destinations:


 Fleet & flights-related...

Fleet size:

84 (+44)

Aircraft types used:


Airbus A330

Boeing 737, Boeing 777

Accidents & incidents:

Total: 5 - Fatal cases: None


Number of passengers:



First / Première / Economy

Frequent flyer program:

Jet Privilege

Other important issues:

- Jet Airways is India's 2nd largest airline and the largest one on domestic routes




This airline is India's biggest domestic carrier.

Outside of domestic routes it serves southeast Asia, the Middle East and Europe (Brussels and London), North America (Toronto, New York and Newark).

Past, terminated destinations included Shanghai and San Francisco.




Currently it has a mixed fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft primarily with some ATR-72s also in service.

Boeing 787 Dreamliners will enter the fleet.

A further 20 Boeing 737s, 3 Boeing 777s, 5 Airbus A330s were also ordered.


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