Jet Airways: Ticket fares are reduced by half

@daliaj (5689)
India
September 20, 2009 2:33am CST
We all know about the firing of people happened in Jet airways. Now, the airways have taken them back and reduced the fares by hlaf to increase the traffic. I am planning for an international vaccation to make use of this situation. It is only Rs. 4000/- for a round trip from Chennai to Kochi. It is only Rs. 7000/- for a round trip from India to Sri Lanka. $ 1 = 48 Indian ruppes (approximately) Are you planning for a vaccation? Hurry up
7 responses
@preethaanju (3000)
• India
20 Sep 09
ALl these are mere gimmicks. They will charge double once they get their customers back. Their reputation has been dented a bit after the pilots strike. I heard even Air India reduced rates.. no foregin or domestic trip for me..thx
• India
20 Sep 09
Yes it is a mere gimmicks. The offer holds good only till september 18th. Just inorder to make up for the mess created in the JET AIRWAYS management recently, they have resorted to these kind of Damage control measures.
@daliaj (5689)
• India
22 Sep 09
Yes, I agree with both of you that it is a trick to get their customers back. But, we don't have to think that they will raise the fares in future. We can make use of the situation. I also heard that Air India has reduced their rates and subsequently many other airways are planning to reduce the fares. Thanks for the response.
@satan88 (586)
• United States Minor Outlying Islands
20 Sep 09
o my god really. i'm not from india but does jet airways operate in canada too because i'd love to travel all over the place just to see the world.
@daliaj (5689)
• India
20 Sep 09
I don't know whether they will operate from Canada. You can go to their websites and check out. I think they may have flights form India to Canada. You can come for a visit to India. India has lots of tourist places to visit. India is very good in old sculptures and 'Taj Mahal' one of the seven wonders of the world is sited in India. Please do a check. Let me know if you are planning to come to India.
@sblossom (2170)
20 Sep 09
it's good to hear the ticket fares is down. i will have international flight in next May, but i will book my tickets in next January. if i can get better price now maybe i will book soon. i will have vacation in two weeks, but i will not take flight. my husband will drive his car to York. now i spend my time on the information about the city. and I'm really excited and looking forward to it. wish you have a good trip in advance. enjoy it.
• India
20 Sep 09
Have You Got It Right Daliaj .. And does the Price Include your Stay At The traveled Destination .. I Am Just Concerned As I Would Like To Fly To Lanka .. Thanks In Advance ..
@nishdan01 (3055)
• Singapore
20 Sep 09
Did they reduce? I just travelled by het airways last week. I think itis best to take use of the oppurtunity and book tickets. I hope not one will be left half way due to cancellation of flights and that happened to me just the previous week.
@shia88 (4582)
• Malaysia
20 Sep 09
Hi Daliaj, Since Jet Airways is having such a good promotion, don't miss the chance. Faster grab the cheapest air ticket for yourself and go for a holiday! In Malaysia, I always pay more attention to Airasia,it has plenty of promotion going on in a year. I always get the best fare from Airasia for my trip back to my hometown,it is from Malaysia to Indonesia. For my coming December trip, I only need to spend RM400 for 3 adults fare (2 ways tickets)from Malaysia to Indonesia. You can imagine how cheap it is. I got the zero fare tickets promotion on that time. When the promotion starts,my husband quickly make the reservation. Of course, if last minutes, you can't travel, the air tickets will be gone.
@Archie0 (4669)
20 Sep 09
Hello daliaj, well you are right jet airways have reduced the prices but i think that is only for 5 or 7 days period of time and not further than that even other sir industries have done the same thing for 3 to 4 days.Its just because of the problems that happend with pilots and they took a strike for their welfare thingy.