Jet Airways achieved a major milestone by the induction of the 100th aircraft into its fleet. The airline accepted a brand new, Next Generation Boeing 737-800 with sky interiors in Seattle on November 15.
The 100th aircraft will be the third all new Boeing 737-800 configured with 8 Premiere and 162 economy seats, and will commence commercial operations from December 5, 2011. New improved passenger service units and a significantly quieter cabin will add to the comfort of the guests. Another feature are the pivot bins, which afford greater overhead bin capacity for storage. The new Boeing 737–800 aircraft also possess superior on board, sound quality and clarity through speakers that have been improved in each passenger row. The Sky Interiors with curved cabin architecture further provide a feeling of openness and space.
The Boeing 737-800 will also be replete with bright new colors and décor of the aircraft with modern, sculpted sidewalls and larger windows, combined with the effect of the light-emitting diode (LED) lighting significantly enhancing the sense of spaciousness in the cabin.