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Jet Airways To Start Flights To Damman

Jet Airways announced on Wednesday it will begin daily flights to the southern Indian city of Thiruvananthapuram to Damman on March 28th as part of its expansion plans in the region.  Afzal Azam Baig, general manager of Jet Airways for Saudi Arabia, said “The launch of the new route means that Jet Airways will operate its third daily service from a Saudi city to India.” 

Flight number 9W 566 will take off from the Kerala capital at 2030 and land in Damman at 2250.  The return flight number 9W 565 will depart Damman at 2350 and arrive in Thiruvananthapuram at 0715 the next morning.
 

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