Deal: Jet Airways Sale 2019, up to 50% off

A new Jet Airways  sale  has been announced today, which is valid for 5 days, and where Jet Airways is offering 50% off. I just flew them a couple of times last week, and things look back to normal concerning operations.

Jet Airways Sale

Under this sale, Jet Airways is offering up to to 50% discount on base fare in Première and Economy domestically, as well as for travel from India to destinations across their international network on flights for one-way and return journeys. Tickets must be purchased by February 25, 2019.

  • Up to 50% discount is applicable on base fare in Première and Economy on select flights within India and on flights from India across the international network operated by Jet Airways
  • Up to 50% discount is applicable on base fare in Première and Economy from India to select destinations in Europe on flights operated by Jet Airways and codeshare partners Air France and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
  • Applicable on one way and return journeys
  • Tickets must be purchased between Feb 21, 2019 and Feb 25, 2019
  • Travel to International destinations must commence on or after Feb 21, 2019
  • For travel in Première on flights within India, tickets must be purchased a minimum of 8 days prior departure for travel on or after Mar 1, 2019
  • For travel in Economy on flights within India, tickets must be purchased a minimum of 15 days prior departure for travel on or after Mar 8, 2019
  • Applicable on select booking classes

All you need to do is look out for the Sale blinker on the fare. For instance, Delhi-Mumbai is INR 15,800 in Premiere, which is 50% of the Flex fare. Similarly, Economy flights going at INR 2700.

The Jet Airways Sale is an excellent opportunity to check out some reasonable fares and lock them in right away. So how about starting to plan those 2019 long weekends now.

Where are you booking up to head out on the next Jet Airways flight?

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  1. True that, the sale is just any eyewash luring innocent people into trap. Most sectors domestic or international there is no SALE……they just want to increase their cash flow in advance to manage their next month expenses……effectively borrowing from people at 0% interest rate and rolling over….

    • @Tanmay, when you buy a ticket from an airline, you are paying for a service in advance, not loaning money from the public. And aviation sales are a global phenomenon, so why just round down on one airline?

  2. I am trying to take advantage of the sales but I cannot see any SALE mark at all. I am looking at BOM-BKK in the first week of March…I never booked Jet Airways before, so I would appreciate it if you can clarify how I get the sale

  3. Were you able to spot any discounted fare on international routes? I tried BOM -> CMB, CDG, JFK could not find any multiple dates.

  4. The statement, “..things look back to normal concerning operations.” can not be further away from truth. A friend flew from Delhi to Chennai couple of weeks ago and his flight was cancelled, I was at airport and saw many Jet flights as canceled. I have couple of Jet flights in March and both are canceled / rescheduled. Jet operations are in their worst phase and anyone falling for these offers and booking is surely taking a huge gamble.

    I regularly follow this blog and opening statement really paints an incorrect picture.

    • Agree…. Jet Share price was Rs 800 eight months back, today is Rs 230, debts are 8000 crore plus and counting, vendors, staff and pilots not paid for few months, banks not paid interest on debt, AAI not paid their dues but this Chairman of Jet Airways always is smiling in pics to show that all is normal and refuses to resign and does not allow anyone else to step in , take over and make this airline great again, all because of his personal ego and not to let loose his person control!

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