Jet Airways are an Indian airline operating out of Mumbai Airport. They are one of the biggest airlines featured on jetscene.co.uk. The airline also has smaller hubs in the Indian capital Delhi, as well as the Belgian capital Brussels. Every day, more than 400 flights depart for destinations across the globe.
Most Jet Airways flights depart for other destinations in India, while a smaller number of international flights serve the US and Canada, Africa, Europe and Asia. Flights to the US and Canada usually depart from Brussels.
The airline has been flying long-haul to London Heathrow since 2005. In fact, this was the airline’s first route of this type. These routes use modern Airbus A330-200 aircraft, as well as Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. The Airbus aircraft have a capacity of nearly 300 people, depending on seating configurations. On the other hand, the 777 is much larger, seating around 450 passengers, in a standard two-class configuration.
Domestic passengers travelling on Jet Airways should note that jet aircraft are not used on all routes. Some routes use older propeller aircraft, such as the ATR 72. This aircraft seats around 80 passengers and continues to be popular with smaller carriers across the globe.
The jetscene.co.uk website details other kinds of aircraft used by this airline, as well as other worldwide carriers. The website is most informative and should be the first stop for anybody interested in learning about air travel and types of aircraft.