Jet Airways operates the herringbone configuration in business class on their Boeing 777 planes which I had the opportunity to fly between Mumbai and Amsterdam yesterday. Here is a quick look into how that flight went.
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I recently flew the new Jet Airways service between India and the Netherlands, which later continues to North America as well, in Business Class. Here is the trip report of the flight. I had a good one for sure!
Jet Airways will be moving operations from Brussels to Amsterdam at the end of March 2016, when the summer 2016 schedule gets underway. This move solves a lot of problems for Jet Airways and also opens a new city for Jet Airways.
Here are all the details of the new route and how it will work for Jet Airways’ European operations here on.
I recently found myself on an extra night layover in the Netherlands, and while I usually stay put at the Manhattan Hotel, Rotterdam, in this case, I decided to head to a hotel closer to the airport, since I had a very early morning flight to catch and I wasn’t sure if the railway service would be up and running at that hour. The choice boiled down to Hyatt Place since the Sheraton across the airport was quoting at 269 Euros that night, and that is expensive just to sleep a few hours. To get to Schipol Airport from Rotterdam Central, I used the train since the distances are large enough for a Euro 100 cab ride at least, and…
While I am not totally accepting this news as fait accompli just yet, however, James Hogan, the CEO of Etihad Airways has made an announcement at Amsterdam, at the press conference to launch the airline’s Abu Dhabi – Amsterdam route, that Jet Airways will be moving its scissor hub from Brussels to Amsterdam. Jet Airways, at present has two flights, which operate from Delhi and Mumbai, go into Brussels, and one goes forward to Toronto and the other to Newark. The scissor hub allows passengers to switch in Brussels, and has been in existence since 2007. In this statement made to Dutch website LuchtvaartNieuws.nl, further picked up by the Business Traveller, Hogan said that Schipol would take over the routes…