Jet Airways has started offering a new long-distance bus service for travellers in the northern state of Punjab.
Under a new agreement with the IndoCanadian Bus Service, Jet will provide bus services to passengers wanting to connect between Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport and the Punjabi city of Jalandhar.
The service is also available to passengers in several other cities in north India, including Amritsar, Chandigarh and Mohali.
“Our agreement with IndoCanadian Bus Service illustrates the way in which Jet Airways… goes the extra mile to set new service standards for its guests,” said Jayaraj Shanmugam, Jet’s chief commercial officer. “We’re confident that the added convenience of being able to book their first-mile or last-mile connection to [and] from Jalandhar via Delhi, simultaneously with their flight booking.”
IndoCanadian will operate the services using air-conditioned tourist coaches. The company will also provide free pick-up and drop-off services via shared cabs for passengers in other cities.