Mumbai: Jet Airways, India’s premier, full-service international airline, today announced a special offer to celebrate the Festival of Lights with its guests. Under this offer, the airline will provide attractive discounts of up to 20% on tickets booked during the period.
The nine-day fare sale commencing from October 17 to 25, 2017, will offer guests discounts of up to 20% on Premiere fares* and up to 10% on Economy fares* while booking for travel on the airline’s domestic as well as international network.
While travel validity for domestic bookings will be from November 01, 2017 onwards, guests booking tickets for international travel can immediately proceed to enjoy the benefit of these special fares booked during the festive offer.
Valid for both one way and return journeys, the special fares offer guests’ substantial savings on Premiere and Economy travel on direct flights across the airline’s network spanning 44 destinations in India and 20 abroad.
Jayaraj Shanmugam, Chief Commercial Officer, Jet Airways, said, “Diwali is celebrated with great fervor across the entire nation. This offer is Jet Airways’ special way of spreading and sharing the festive spirit with our guests, ensuring that we heighten their reasons to celebrate the Festival of Lights. We are confident that our guests will avail these lucrative fares that will provide them significant savings on their travel bookings.”
For further information, guests may log on to www.jetairways.com or our Mobile Apps, visit our ticketing office, call our contact centre on (city code) 39893333 or contact their nearest travel agent.
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