Jet Airways wants to expand its international operations
Jet Airways, India's largest airline, wants to expand its operations internationally. It has sent requests to the Indian government to increase the number of flights from 370 / week, currently operated, to 518 flights / week, which it could operate in the winter of 2012.
According to the report, the airline Jet Airways wants to add 35 new flights to Germany, seven to France and Belgium, plus seven flights to Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sharjah and Vietnam.
Jet Airways is the largest Indian airline. It is headquartered in Mumbai and is owned by Naresh Goyal.