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Tuesday, July 09, 2013 9:34:14 AM (IST)  

Mangalore: Jet Airways to introduce two more flights to Bangalore

Mangalore: Jet Airways to introduce two more flights to Bangalore

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangalore (SP)

Mangalore, Jul 9: Jet Airways will be introducing two more new flights between the city and Bangalore shortly. With this, the number of flights being operated by the airline in this sector will go up to five.

These new flights will become operational from July 25 onwards. The flight No. 9W2464 will leave Mangalore airport at 11.55 and reach Bangalore at 1.00 pm. Flight No. 9W2650 will leave the airport here at 10.35 pm and reach Bangalore at 11.40 pm.

Flight No. 9W2463 will leave Bangalore at 10.20 am and reach the city at 11.25 am. The other flight No. 9W2649 will leave Bangalore at 9 pm and reach the city at 10.05 pm.

Flight numbers 9W2464 and 2463 will be operational on all days except Tuesdays. The fare in Mangalore-Bangalore sector begins at Rs 2,923 and at Rs 3,025 in Bangalore-Mangalore sector.


Comments on this article
N.M, Mangalore
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Guys.... now please don't start the same old political rhetoric..."HEY MR XYZ... MY PARTY IS BETTER THAN YOURS!"

Travellor, Mangalore
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Increase flights good good.. Decrease luggage limit Bad Bad..

Olivier, Mangalore
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Jet Airways. Even Start Operating from Mangalore to Kuwait.

derek, Balmatta,USA
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

To:Somanna Poojary, Muduperara
Tuesday, July 09, 2013
Start direct flight
Mangalore-Newyork
Mangalore - sedney ( astraliya).

I fully agree with you too along with INDIAN.

DO NOT SWEAT-I hit "Disagree" on all People who asked for Middle East flights in reciprocation.

Dev, Mangalore
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Jet Airways,

In order to keep everyone happy please start direct flights to all cities in India, Once this is done All cities in the world, then to the Moon ...

Indian, Bangalore
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Somanna Poojary, Muduperara
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Start direct flight

Mangalore-Newyork

Mangalore - sedney ( astraliya).

Mr Somanna hahah I really can’t understand why people given Disagree on your comments More ?? ? May be people here are very jealous about for your answer.
what is wrong in your suggestion , your are right no doubt in it I completely agree with you.

Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangalore
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Thanks to Jet Airways for introducing additional flights to Mangalore which is really a additional facility to the commuters.Hope,Mangalore will be connected with more and more flights which will surely help the place to improve.Thanq.

Ramadas Acharya, Udupi/Pune
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

For many years now the request from over 2 lakhs Kannadiga's from 7th biggest metro Pune has not been attended by any leading airlines to connect Pune to Mangalore by air so far.Indigo once promised to start but made it a direct flight to Cochin from Pune forgetting Mangalore on the way.Jetair also promised to start a direct fligt but seems not much interested.Our elected members for the Government also seems not much interested in the route.Without no direct flight and daily train only bus lobby is taking advantage on this route.It is very interesting to note that 3 decades back there was a direct Avro flight between two cities via Belgaum!God help Pune Kannadiga's.

Manzur, Shimoga
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

I support this idea

Somanna Poojary, Muduperara
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Start direct flight

Mangalore - Newyork

Mangalore - sedney ( astraliya).

ZAID, UDUPI
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

ITS GOOD TO DREAM BUT THESE KINDS OF DREAMS ARE INJURIOUS TO HEALTH. WHO WILL PUT MANGALORE- NEWYORK/SYDNEY FLIGHT. ONLY ANGELS CAN FLY...

harish malpe, leatherneck
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

ha..ha..ha..good joke..!!!

prakash. A. Pinto, Bajpe, Korkambla
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

It will be more helpful for us , I think we must thank Jet Airways for their helping nature , so many are going benifit from this ,
Pinto

Dinesh Poojary, Kundapura/Bengaluru
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Justified. Mangalore Bangalore air traffic is increasing. Once the MSEZ is fully operational, still more flights needed.

Mangalore should be connected with Mysore and Hubli as well. Lots of people travel to Mangalore from these places for medical treatment.

Ilyas, Al Khobar, Udupi
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

JET MANAGEMENT, Please Start Direct Flights from Dammam (Saudi Arabia) to Mangalore .....

Donald Solomon, Abu Dhabi / Mangalore
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Jet Airways is a nice flight. Kindly please Jet Airways authorities kindly start a direct flight from Abu Dhabi to Mangalore. It will be convienent for all Abu Dhabi passengers.

Basavappa Tenkaswami , Bajagoli / Delhi
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Jet Airways please also start daily flights from Mangalore to New Delhi.

Krishna, Mangalore
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Air India was operating a flight to New Delhi, but was discontinued. may insufficient number of passengers
Flights on the new routes depends on the traffic density.

Basavappa Tenkaswami , Bajagoli / Delhi
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

We have 4 state ministers, and 2 union minister so it will be more helpfull for them to visit on an urgent political issues.

It will also be usefull for common people to meet union ministers in Delhi for any acts or situation, And more over there is no connectivity from IXE to any northern cities.

It will also be usefull for people who wants to travel Agra, shimla, Nainital, Kashmir, Amritsar on a tourism basis.

There are so many Manipuri and north indian students studying in Mangalore, manipal and Moodbidri.

Atlast Mangalore is now a fastest growing city, Its one of the city in south which is always in Lime Light.

My heart beats for Mangalore, I want to see my city a Clean, educated, developed and as a Unique city.

 
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