Air India, Jet Airways deploy bigger planes on domestic routes

Passengers on some domestic flights, usually between two metros, are enjoying the benefits of flying in bigger aircraft, as airlines deploy Boeing 747 jumbos, Boeing 777s, Boeing Dreamliner 787s, and Airbus A330s to cope with higher traffic and slot constraints at some airports that limit the number of flights.

Air India Ltd and Jet Airways Ltd have both done this, the former now operating 16 daily flights on bigger aircraft, and the latter, 8.

For passengers, this means more room, sometimes, more and better food. Read more

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