Mega Jet Airways International Sale through August 25

Jet Airways has launched a new international sale this morning across their flight network globally, valid for ticketing till August 25, 2018, and travel from September 15, 2018, onwards. This Jet Airways International Sale has some reasonable pricing.

jet airways international sale

Under this sale, Jet Airways is offering some pretty good fares in Economy & Business Class to their stations along the globe. Here is the list of fares they are offering.

jet airways international sale

Here are the terms of these fares:

  • Fares are applicable in Premi√®re and Economy for travel from India across our international network on flights operated by Jet Airways
  • The fare is applicable on return journeys only for travel to Amsterdam, Paris, London and Manchester
  • Tickets must be purchased between Aug 21, 2018, and Aug 25, 2018
  • Travel must commence on or after Sep 16, 2018. Exception – Travel to Manchester must begin on or after Nov 5, 2018
  • Applicable on select booking classes

*Gulf includes – Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Bahrain, Doha, Dammam, Jeddah, Riyadh, Kuwait and Muscat

Sure enough, the fare recreates. For instance, have a look at this.

Jet Airways International Sale

Bottomline is if you’re looking to travel by Jet Airways abroad anytime after September 15, 2018, this is a sale to look up and book from.¬†Additionally, if you have a Jet Airways co-branded credit card, you get more JPMiles for booking on the Jet Airways website. The Jet Airways ICICI Bank Co-branded credit cards are going at 50% off at the moment and give you 10,000 JPMiles for signup + One Free ticket.

Where are the sweet spots you find in this Jet Airways Mega Sale?

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Comments

  1. I am not sure whats going on with Jet right now.. flight cancellations/unable to run JetPrivilege program/unable to login into Jet website/unable to honr their gold plat members..
    Why are we promoting such airlines at all?

  2. @Rajiv – Indeed ! Also this may be an attempt to cook the books, with a spurt in revenue for Q3 – 18. Im a it skeptic booking tickets as far out as November given the current predicament the airlines is in.

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