India’s leading air carrier, Jet Airways will increase its daily flights to 650 from 600 starting end of March. This will allow the travellers better connectivity within the country. Direct services to Madurai and Bagdogra from Mumbai, Jaipur to Chandigarh, Dehradun to Srinagar, and Bengaluru to Kozhikode will be some of the new sectors. Other non-stop sectors will include Bengaluru to Lucknow via New Delhi and Mumbai to Srinagar via Dehradun. The carrier will also add 12 additional frequencies on its existing routes across its network, which include a 7th daily flight between Mumbai and Goa as well as Delhi and Lucknow. Apart from this a fourth frequency between Chennai–Tiruchirappalli and a second frequency between Delhi and Bhopal is also expected to begin operations soon. The airline will also introduce two additional services on the New Delhi–Patna route. “Our planned network enhancements this summer will offer our guests much more by way of choice, connectivity and convenience. We look forward to welcoming all our guests to experience the joy of flying to brand new city pairs like Mumbai and Madurai,” said Jayaraj Shanmugam, Chief Commercial Officer, Jet Airways.