Valentine's Day offer: After SpiceJet sale, Jet Airways offers discounts too

Jet Airways has announced discounted fares on international routes starting Rs8,773 (all inclusive) and customised travel packages for domestic destinations for immediate travel on the occasion of Valentine’s Day.

FP Staff February 14, 2015 10:58:28 IST
Valentine's Day offer: After SpiceJet sale, Jet Airways offers discounts too

Just days after low-cost carrier SpiceJet triggered a fare war by announcing fares for as low as Rs 599 on domestic routes, full service Jet Airways today announced attractive fares and customized JetEscapes travel packages on the occasion of Valentine’s Day.

Jet Airways has announced discounted fares on international routes starting Rs8,773 (all inclusive) and customised travel packages for domestic destinations for immediate travel on the occasion of Valentine’s Day.

Special fares are offered on Jet Airways flights from India to Paris, Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh City, Colombo and Kathmandu.

Valentines Day offer After SpiceJet sale Jet Airways offers discounts too

Reuters

The offer is available for business and economy class return travel for two or more people travelling together and booked on the same PNR.

This sale is valid from February 13 to 15. The travel is valid from February 13 onwards.

Premiere (business) and economy class return fares start from Rs.27,999 and Rs.8,773, respectively, on Jet Airways flights.

Fares on Jet Airways code share and interline flights with Etihad Airways start from Rs.34,218 for return economy class, while the return premiere fares start from Rs.76,617, Jet Airways said.

Passengers can also avail themselves of all-inclusive JetEscapes Holidays to Goa, Jaipur, Kochi, Munnar and Agra from metro cities starting from Rs.11,810 a er person on twin sharing, including return economy class air tickets, airport transfers, three-star hotel accommodation with breakfast, sightseeing and travel insurance. Members of the JetPrivilege loyalty programme will get a chance to earn 5 JPMiles on every Rs. 100 spent while they avail of these packages

People booking under this package must return by February 21.

Updated Date:

also read

Ranchi airport incident: DGCA finds IndiGO staff 'inappropriately handled' case, issues airline show-cause notice
India

Ranchi airport incident: DGCA finds IndiGO staff 'inappropriately handled' case, issues airline show-cause notice

The aviation regulator had earlier constituted a three-member team to investigate the incident which took place on 7 May.

'Investigating it myself': Jyotiraditya Scindia assures apt action on IndiGo barring specially-abled boy to board flight
India

'Investigating it myself': Jyotiraditya Scindia assures apt action on IndiGo barring specially-abled boy to board flight

The Civil Aviation Minister said that there is zero tolerance towards such behaviour and no human being should have to go through this kind of situation

India needs close to 1 lakh drone pilots in the years to come: Jyotiraditya Scindia
India

India needs close to 1 lakh drone pilots in the years to come: Jyotiraditya Scindia

Speaking at a Niti Aayog event, Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said, 'Today, a drone pilot can be trained by being a 12th class pass, no college degrees are required'