Another sale: Jet Airways offers 10 lakh tickets for a flat 25 percent discount

Private carrier Jet Airways has put 10 lakh (one million) seats on sale at a flat discount of 25 percent. The offer is valid for economy class travel on the airline’s domestic network.

FP Staff May 28, 2015 12:45:53 IST
Another sale: Jet Airways offers 10 lakh  tickets for a flat 25 percent discount

Private carrier Jet Airways has put 10 lakh (one million) seats on sale at a flat discount of 25 percent. The offer is valid for economy class travel on the airline’s domestic network.

The four day offer, which commenced on Wednesday ( 27 May), will be available for sale till May 30, 2015. Travel under this offer is valid from June 15, 2015, to October 15, 2015.

Another sale Jet Airways offers 10 lakh  tickets for a flat 25 percent discount

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On the Mumbai-Delhi route, Jet's tickets are priced at Rs 2,499 for travel in August. The next cheapest fare on offer is Rs 3,163.

This offer is for travel only on direct flights and the sale is not applicable on group bookings and available on a first come, first serve basis, Jet Airways said.

Earlier this month, SpiceJet did two such sale offers, to mark its 10th anniversary.

IndiGo is also offering discounted tickets, while Vistara is doing so on 90-day advance purchase fares.

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