Jet Airways plans to increase domestic low-fare capacity to 80% of the total fleet from present 72% and may launch more budget flights for short-haul international routes. “In order to do this, the airline is considering the possibility of merging its low-fare service brands called Jet Konnect and JetLite. We may also consider more low-fare flights for short-haul international routes. Globally, there is a progressive transfer of capacity from full service to low-fare carriers,” Jet Airways Chief Commercial Officer Sudheer Raghavan told reporters on the sidelines of the company’s 19th annual general meeting here.

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