Jet Airways to suspend Brussels-New York flightJune 15th, 2012 - 8:29 pm ICT by IANS
Mumbai, June 15 (IANS) Private carrier Jet Airways Friday announced plans to axe its Brussels-New York (JFK) service from Sep 10 this year in view of the current global economic conditions and their impact on business worldwide.
“As part of its ongoing network evaluation with a clear focus on profitability, Jet Airways will be redeploying its assets on its existing route network. This has necessitated temporary suspension of the Brussels-New York flight,” an official said here.
He assured that affected passengers would be offered alternative flights on the airlines’ own services to New York (Newark) or that of partner airlines from Sep 10 onwards.
However, Jet Airways will continue to operate its daily service on the Chennai-Brussels-Chennai, Mumbai-Brussels-Newark and Delhi-Brussels-Toronto sectors as usual, the official said.
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