Jet Airways Customer Care
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Are you worried about missing a flight you had booked because of circumstances outside your control? Are you having a difficult time knowing the recent changes that Jet Airways has embraced but do not know who to turn to? Are you at a place that you cannot call and are looking for alternative ways of communicating with Jet Airways customer care executives? Do you feel perplexed regarding your upcoming flight and would like to contact the customer care for inquiries regarding certain things? You are not alone and there is no need of losing your mind on this because Jet Airways customer care executives are within reach. These professionals will provide you with a customized response to your queries or concerns. Further, the customer care staff can direct you on the ways of solving your problem in a professional and friendly manner.
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About Jet Airways
Jet Airways is an international airline based in Mumbai, India. As an Indian airline with international destinations, it is a preferred travel option for many in India and beyond. In fact, as of 2017, it had a market share of approximately 17.8 % and considered the second largest airline in India following IndiGo. It is a limited liability company and began its air travel operations in 1993.
The main hub of Jet Airways is Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and its secondary hubs include Indira Gandhi International Airport, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport. Kempegowda International Airport, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, and Chennai International Airport.
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Jet Airways History
Although Jet Airways was established in 1992 as a limited liability company, it did not start its operations until 1993 following its incorporation. Also, the full-fledged air operation started in 1995 but the first international flight was in 2004. In 2005 and 2007, the company went public and was able to acquire Air Sahara. Following various strategic measures, Jet Airways became the largest air travel carrier option in terms of market share up to 2012. From 2012, its major competitor IndiGo took a larger market share, a position it has maintained to date.