There were celebrations in Singapore on 1 December with Raj Sivakumar, SVP Network and Revenue Management, Jet Airways (fourth from left) and Lim Ching Kiat, MD of Airhub Development, Changi Airport Group (fifth from left), along with the crew of Jet Airways’ inaugural flight from Pune, to celebrate the Indian carrier’s latest network addition. The new airport pair will be flown daily facing no direct competition according to OAG schedules.
- Jet Airways launched a new service between Pune (PNQ) and Singapore (SIN) on 1 December. It will operate the 3,793-kilometre sector daily using its 737-800s. There is no direct competition on the airport pair. This brings the airline’s total number of connections from India to Singapore to four. It already operates flights to the city-state from Bengaluru, Delhi and Mumbai. The Singapore connection becomes Jet Airways’ second international link from Pune, with the carrier also offering direct services to Abu Dhabi based on OAG schedules.