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November 11, 2009

Jet Airways to Bring 777-300 to Newark For Holidays

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Written by: Phil Derner Jr.
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Photo by 	Lukasz Wasiak

Photo by Lukasz Wasiak

Jet Airways will be bringing their Boeing 777-300ER aircraft back to their Newark-Mumbai route between November 21, 2009 and January 16, 2010. With a stopover at their Brussels hub, they currently operate the route with a 220-seat Airbus 330-200, but increased holiday loads will call for appeasement of the “If Ain’t Boeing I’m Not Going” crowd with a 312-seat 777 upgrade.

Their JFK route will remain unchanged with a A330-200.



About the Author

Phil Derner Jr.
Phil Derner founded NYCAviation in 2003. A lifetime aviation enthusiast that grew up across the water from La Guardia Airport, Phil has aviation experience as a Loadmaster, Operations Controller and Flight Dispatcher. He owns and operates NYCAviation and performs duties as an aviation expert through writing, consulting, public speaking and media appearances. You can reach him by email or follow him on Twitter.




 
 

 

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