Jet Airways will launch two more daily services to the Saudi Arabian city of Dammam next month.
Effective 9 June 2016, the Indian carrier will double the frequency of its flights from both Mumbai and Delhi, with both routes rising from one to two flights per day.
Under the new schedules, Jet Airways flight 9W506 will depart Mumbai at 0045 and arrive at Dammam’s King Fahd International Airport at 0205. The return flight, 9W505, will then leave Dammam at 0305 and arrive back in Mumbai at 0920.
On the Delhi route, flight 9W518 will depart the Indian capital at 2230 and arrive in Dammam at 0010. The return flight, 9W517, will leave the Saudi port city at 0110 and arrive in Delhi at 0730.
“We have seen a significant increase in traffic from Mumbai and Delhi to Dammam. As the preferred airline on the highly competitive Indo-Gulf route, we constantly offer our guests unparalleled levels of service with unmatched quality,” said Gaurang Shetty, whole-time director of Jet Airways.
Jet Airways currently operates flights to 10 cities in the Arabian Gulf region.