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18 Countries served
71 Destinations served
212 Routes served

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  • Read more 23APR2014: India's Jet Airways to use Sharjah during DXB runway works
    Jet Airways (9W, Mumbai Int'l) will switch some of its current Delhi Int'l, Mangalore, and Mumbai Int'l to Dubai Int'l services, to Sharjah for the duration of runway Dubai Intl's runway upgrade works. The Indian carrier had reportedly applied for Dubai World Central slots but instead opted to use Sharjah.

    ch-aviation schedule data shows that the routes will go live from May 1 and will end when the works are completed on July 20, 2014. The daily Mangalore flights will switch to Sharjah, while only 3 weekly Mumbai and one daily Delhi frequency will be operating from Sharjah instead of Dubai International.
  • Read more 17APR2014: Jet Airways rejects claims B737-800 order cancelled
    Jet Airways (9W, Mumbai Int'l) has rejected Indian media reports it has cancelled an order for seventeen B737-800 WIN.s on the back of financing concerns. India's Economic Times quoted sources close to Jet Airways' as saying the January 2012 order was cancelled when Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) asked it to make its first Pre-Delivery Payments (PDP). It also claimed that orders for ten B787-8s had now been deferred.

    However, The Wall Street Journal has now reported that the airline has in fact swapped the order for B737 MAXs though the US manufacturer has yet to corroborate this.

    “Jet has not canceled any aircraft order. The airline has in fact opted for a more fuel-efficient variant,” the executive told The Wall Street Journal.

    Jet Airways inked a purchase agreement with Boeing for fifty Boeing 737 MAXs in August last year.
  • Read more 07APR2014: Turkish Airlines to dry lease five Brazilian A330s
    Turkish Airlines (TK, Istanbul Atatürk) is to dry-lease five A330-200s from TAM Linhas Aéreas (JJ, São Paulo Congonhas) for eight years to bolster its fleet ahead of the upcoming summer season. One of the aircraft, PT-MVO (cn 949), has already been ferried to Istanbul Atatürk ch-aviation's aircraft database reflects. The added Brazilian metal will also compliment the carrier's other plans to lease in two Jet Airways (9W, Mumbai Int'l) A330-200s, VT-JWL (cn 901) and VT-JWH (cn 882).

    At present, Turkish operates eight A330-200s on flights from Istanbul Atatürk to Western Europe, North Africa, West Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.
  • Read more 31MAR2014: Qatar Airways now looking for airline acquisitions
    Qatar Airways (QR, Doha Int'l) is in the hunt for acquisitions CEO Akbar Al Baker has said. In an interview with Bloomberg Business, al Baker said his airline is “actively discussing opportunities with other passenger carriers" having passed up chances to invest in Air Seychelles (HM, Mahé), Jat Airways (JU, Belgrade), and Olympic Air (OA, Athens Int'l).

    “We would rather keep it to ourself for the time being, of where we want to invest. When we see that there are strong synergies between the two carriers we are open to investment,” he said. “We want to make sure that we don’t create a burden on us,” he added. “We want airlines that we acquire to be complementary to us, we don’t want to get involved in fixing other people’s problems.”

    Alitalia (AZ, Rome Fiumicino), which is now in talks with Etihad Airways (EY, Abu Dhabi Int'l), had also indicated its availability several times over the past five years, the CEO noted.

    Al Baker again reiterated that the Qatari carrier had never had any designs on any Indian carriers such as Spicejet (SG, Delhi Int'l). In the wake of Etihad's 24% acquisition of Jet Airways (9W, Mumbai Int'l) last year, the Indian press had reported on several occasions that the Qataris were on the cusp of signing an agreement only for nothing to materialize.

    Given its perceived status as one of the world's leading airlines, governments around the world - Africa in particular - have sent delegations to Doha in the hopes of securing a Qatari commitment to their national airlines, Zambia and Nigeria among them.
  • Read more 16MAR2014: Boeing in talks with Jet Airways, Air India over B737 MAXs
    Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) is in talks with Jet Airways (9W, Mumbai Int'l) and Air India (AI, Mumbai Int'l) over possible orders for the B737 MAX range of aircraft. According to Reuters newswire, the US manufacturer is reportedly "close" to signing a USD5billion contract with Jet Airways for fifty of the type.

    A formal announcement will only be made once Jet has concluded its fleet renewal plans with 24% shareholder, Etihad Airways (EY, Abu Dhabi Int'l).

    In contrast, Dinesh Keskar, Boeing's senior vice president sales for Asia Pacific, said talks with the Indian national carrier, Air India, while active, were not as intense as those with Jet.

    Jet is a prolific operator of the type with five B737-700s, fifty-two B737-800s and four B737-900s in its inventory. Air India, however, operates none of the type preferring instead to use A319-100s, A320s and A321s for its narrow body requirements although its low-cost carrier Air India Express (IX, Mumbai Int'l) uses B737-800s.

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Aircraft TypeActiveInactiveTotalOn Order* BØ Age P  
A330-200325hiddenhidden
A330-3004 4hiddenhidden
ATR 72-200/-500/-60018 18hiddenhidden
B737-7002 2hiddenhidden
B737-700 WIN.3 3hiddenhidden
B737-8003 3hiddenhidden
B737-800 WIN.49 49hiddenhidden
B737-9002 2hiddenhidden
B737-900 WIN.2 2hiddenhidden
B777-300(ER)10 10hiddenhidden
Total96298hiddenhidden  
* Includes new or used aircraft not yet delivered for which a construction/manufacturer serial number is already known.

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