Jet asIa aIRWays sCheDUleD seRVICe eXPansIon ContInUes
WIth InaUGURal FlIGhts to JaKaRta anD JeDDah
Electronic invoicing, or e-invoices, are being seen as one of the crucial forms of technology that businesses in Thailand are going to need to embrace if the country as a whole is going to continue to compete at a high level in the international marketplJet Asia Airways Scheduled Service Expansion Continues with Inaugural Flights to Jakarta and Jeddah
Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Friday December 19, 2014 13:45
Bangkok–19 Dec–Jet Asia Airways
Jet Asia Airways, a Full Service airline based at Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi airport has inaugurated scheduled service from Bangkok to Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta Airport every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. The airline has also introduced a new service every Tuesday and Wednesday from Bangkok to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Flights will be operated by a Boeing 767-300ER aircraft with a capacity of 268 passengers in a convenient 2-3-2 seating arrangement.
These new routes are part of the Jet Asia Airways scheduled service expansion program, which included the launch of 4 x weekly scheduled service from Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi to Tokyo-Narita in October 2014.
The transition to Full Service airline for Jet Asia Airways includes the implementation of the Amadeus Altea Passenger Service System which offers more seamless Passenger & Travel Agent interaction with the airline from Reservations, Check-In to Post Flight. The improved Passenger service also includes Online Booking and Ticketing via the Jet Asia proprietary internet booking engine at:www.flyjetasia.com. The airline is also now distributed by the Abacus Global Distribution System in South East Asia and INFINI in Japan, allowing improved real time access by Travel Agents to Jet Asia Airways flights.
Jacob Saba, President and CEO of Jet Asia said, “We are delighted to launch these new scheduled services from our Bangkok hub to Jakarta and Jeddah, this is an integral part of our migration to a Full Service airline including improved access to Global Distribution Systems (GDS) and a proprietary Online Booking Engine allowing passengers to purchase tickets online on Jet Asia.”