NEW DELHI - Full-service passenger carrier Jet Airways on Monday said that it will introduce three new international services this winter. According to the airline, it will also reinforce six existing routes with additional frequencies to meet growing travel demand. "The carrier will introduce its first non-stop service between the capital cities of New Delhi and Riyadh. It will also deploy additional frequencies on the Mumbai-Riyadh, Mumbai-Kuwait,
Delhi-Doha and Delhi-Dammam sectors as it deepens presence and connectivity between key Indo-Gulf cities," the airline said in a statement. "Effective October 29, 2017, new non-stop flights will commence connecting Bengaluru and Chennai to the airline's gateways in Amsterdam and Paris, respectively, as part of the carrier's strategy to connect more cities, especially in the South of the country to destinations in Europe and North America."