Friday, 16 Apr 2021
Jet Airways, India’s premier full service international airline, has announced a special nine-day global fare sale to celebrate India’s 72nd Independence Day.

Celebrate India’s 72nd Independence Day with Jet Airways worldwide fare sale

The sale, which began from August 7, will supply guests an appealing discount of up to 30 per cent on Economy and Premiere fares. Applicable on each a single-way and return tickets, guests can fly from Oman across India or by way of planet-class airports in Mumbai and Delhi onwards to Bangkok, Colombo, Dhaka, Hong Kong, Kathmandu and Singapore.

The sale supply is valid only on Jet Airways operated flights and can be bought by means of www.jetairways.com, the Jet Airways Mobile App or by contacting a travel agent. The Independence Day supply ends on August 15 with instant travel accessible.

Wasim Zaidi, common manager, Oman, Jet Airways, mentioned, “The special Independence Day fares offer an opportunity to our guests the chance to experience our airline’s excellent services and unmatched network. Jet Airways uses every opportunity to create memorable experiences for its guests and India’s Independence Day is another such occasion for us to help our guests explore new destinations using our attractive, limited period fares.”

Jet Airways is India’s premier international airline, presently operates flights to 66 destinations, such as India and overseas. Jet Airways’ robust domestic India network spans the length and breadth of the nation covering metro cities, state capitals and emerging destinations.

Beyond India, Jet Airways operates flights to important international destinations in South East Asia, South Asia, Middle East, Europe and North America. The Jet Airways Group presently operates a fleet of 120 aircraft, comprising Boeing 777-300 ERs, Airbus A330-200/300, the most recent Boeing 737 Max eight, Next Generation Boeing 737s and ATR 72-500/600s.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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