Kochi, May 13: As part of its ongoing effort to boost tourism within India, Jet Airways and Department of Tourism, Government of Kerala, have announced the launch of 'Jet2Kerala', a new domestic travel initiative at the Trident, Nariman Point, Mumbai.
The package offers travellers pan-India connectivity from all major parts of the country to three key cities in Kerala - Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Kozhikode.
Travelers can enjoy a range of accommodation options to suit every budget- from luxury properties to budget hotels and houseboats.
According to Sudheer Raghavan, Chief Commercial Officer, Jet Airways, said, "We are delighted to partner with Kerala Tourism to launch our new 'Jet2Kerala' initiative, as part of our ongoing efforts to boost domestic travel and tourism. We are confident that the compelling value proposition on offer will spur more travellers to visit Kerala this year."
Dr V Venu, Secretary (Tourism), Government of Kerala, said, "Kerala has been positioned as an upmarket and high quality international destination. Despite the challenges posed by the global economic downturn, the international tourist arrivals continue to be impressive, with a 16.11 per cent increase in visitors in 2008."
International travelers to and from Kerala may connect onto Jet Airways' daily, direct services to Kuwait, Doha and Muscat in the Gulf, as well as to several destinations in North America, Europe, Asia and the Gulf via the airline's three international gateway cities in India - Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai.