The airline said it will enhance connectivity on the domestic routes with 12 additional daily frequencies including from high-traffic routes such as Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai and Kolkata, starting from Tuesday.
Industry sources, however, said that Jet's move to deploy more capacity comes following aviation regulator withdrawing struggling budget carrier SpiceJet's slot recently.
Jet Airways will deploy wide body Airbus A330 and narrow body Boeing 737 aircraft to meet the heavy demand during the ensuing festive season, Jet Airways said in a release here.
The airline will operate its wide body Airbus A330 services on the Delhi-Bengaluru-Delhi and Delhi-Chennai-Delhi sectors between December 23 to January 29 next year, it said.
The airline has also introduced an additional Boeing 737 flight on the Chennai-Kochi-Chennai sector besides increasing services on Mumbai-Kolkata-Mumbai and Mumbai-Goa-Mumbai sectors this festive season, the release said.
"The additional frequencies added into our domestic winter schedule will ensure that our passengers are able to travel home for the holiday season," Jet Airways Chief Executive Officer Cramer Ball said.
Besides, Jet Airways will also operate additional daily ATR services on the Delhi-Udaipur-Delhi route from December 23 and will continue this additional operations till January next year, it said adding the airline has also decided to replace ATR plane with a Boeing 737 on the Delhi-Indore-Delhi sector due to operational reasons.

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