Jet Airways seeks southeast and north Asian hub
12 December 2007
New Delhi: India's Jet Airways is seeking a hub for its southeast and north Asian operations out of Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur or Singapore.
According to airline executive vice-president, Sudheer Raghavan, the decision will depend on where the airline finds a suitable code-share and feed partner.
The carrier currently operates on 10 international routes and serves 44 domestic destinations, and is looking to expand international destinations to 15 by next month, and 19 by April.
The airline apparently is seeking an arrangement similar to the one it has established at its European hub in Brussels, where it has also linked up with Brussels Airlines for onward European and North American connections.