Jet Airways Slashes Business Class Fares for Domestic Flyers

Private carrier Jet Airways lowered its business class ticket prices by a flat 20 per cent for long-distance travel on its domestic network under a special monsoon offer which opens tomorrow.

Published: 19th July 2015 03:36 PM  |   Last Updated: 19th July 2015 06:35 PM   |  A+A-

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Frozen turbulence: Jet Airways aircraft parked on the tarmac at the Santacruz domestic airport terminal in Mumbai on Wednesday. PTI

By PTI

NEW DELHI: Private carrier Jet Airways today lowered its business class ticket prices by a flat 20 per cent for long-distance travel (above 1,000-km) on its domestic network under a special monsoon offer which opens tomorrow.    

In another similar scheme, the Mumbai-headquartered airline has offered lower fares, starting at an all-inclusive Rs 6,999 for travel up to 1,000 km, a release said today.   

While there is no ceiling on booking period for the 20 per cent discount offer, the same for the second scheme is between July 20 and July 31, the airline said, adding that the offers are valid for travel on both direct and via flights with travel validity from July 20 to October 15.  

Premier guests on domestic routes will be able to enjoy fares starting at an all-inclusive Rs 6,999 for distances less than 750-km and Rs 8,999 for distances between 750-km and 1,000-km on all domestic destinations served by the carrier, it said.          

"We are happy to announce this Monsoon Offer for our guests on the domestic sectors. This is one more customer- delight initiative from Jet Airways," the airline's Chief Commercial Officer, Raj Sivakumar, said in the release.      

The airline, in which Gulf carrier Etihad holds 24 per cent stake, operates a fleet of 116 aircraft which includes a a mix of Airbus, Boeing and ATR planes.

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