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Apr 12 2014, 04:16 IST
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SummaryTo enhance its on-time performance on the domestic network, the Jet Airways Group has said it will close all domestic check-in counters 45 minutes prior

Jet to close check-ins 45 min before departure

To enhance its on-time performance on the domestic network, the Jet Airways Group has said it will close all domestic check-in counters 45 minutes prior to departure across all non-metro airports with immediate effect. The move is an extension of the check-in policy currently observed by Jet Airways and JetKonnect across metro airports, and will enhance on-time performance across the airline's domestic network, the airline said in a statement.

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