Jet Airways is introducing 28 new flights in September. The new services will include nine industry-first flights. It is connecting Indore with Jodhpur and Vadodara.

Additionally, the full-service carrier will also become the first airline to commence operations between Chandigarh and Lucknow, Ahmedabad and Jodhpur, and Vadodara and Jaipur.

Jet Airways will also be launching additional frequencies between Mumbai and Guwahati, Delhi and Bagdogra, and one-stop connectivity from Mumbai to Bagdogra and New Delhi to Guwahati.

Flight Schedule (Industry first, non-stop services)

Flight No. Departure Arrival Time of
Time of
Days of
9W 706 Ahmedabad Jodhpur 0945 1120 Except Sunday
9W 705 Jodhpur Ahmedabad 1710 1840 Except Sunday
9W 138 Vadodara Indore 1250 1355 Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
9W 137 Indore Vadodara 1450 1605 Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
9W 133 Jaipur Vadodara 1035 1225 Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
9W 134 Vadodara Jaipur 1640 1840 Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
9W 710 Jodhpur Indore 1215 1355 Daily
9W 709 Indore Jodhpur 1500 1645 Daily
9W 3523 Chandigarh Lucknow 1445 1640 Daily

In an attempt to enhance its domestic network, the airline is also launching non-stop flights connecting Bengaluru with Lucknow, Indore with Kolkata, Kolkata with Chandigarh, Coimbatore with Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam with Mumbai and Delhi.

Raj Sivakumar, senior vice president of worldwide sales and distribution, Jet Airways said, “Our schedule has been meticulously planned to meet the expected surge in demand over the coming months. New flights, additional frequencies, greater capacity across more sectors are meant to offer our discerning guests’ additional choice, convenience, connectivity and superior comfort. This will also benefit small and medium enterprises as well as corporate travellers who will be able to enjoy day-return flights. I am sure our new flights will reinforce Jet Airways’ as the preferred airline and will boost connectivity, trade and development in each of these cities.”

Pranit Sarda