Jet Airways guests can now book and pay for their JetEscapes hoildays on

By BA Staff

Jet Airways has introduced an option for guests to book and pay for their favourite JetEscapes Holidays, on the website

Jet Airways has crafted theme based holidays for its guests. Guests can select their preferred holidays from an array of popular themes like beach, pilgrimage, historical, wildlife, family and corporate holidays. 

These holidays include return air travel on Jet Airways, airport transfers, hotel stay with breakfast in budget to luxury hotels, sightseeing, travel insurance, besides offering guests the opportunity to earn five JP Miles for every Rs.100 spent.

Mr. Sudheer Raghavan, Chief Commercial Officer, Jet Airways, said

“Jet Airways’ customer-centric approach, with a clear focus on providing enhanced travel experience, a high standard of service offering with consistent delivery, has enabled us to become the airline of choice. The introduction of our maiden JetEscapes Holidays direct to guests gives us the unique opportunity to offer our discerning guests a refreshing end-to-end travel experience. Through these attractive JetEscapes Holidays, we aim to make travel for our guests truly memorable, while providing multiple opportunities to explore destinations in India and abroad. At Jet Airways, we have constantly endeavoured to offer our guests exceptional value and an enhanced flying experience through innovative products and services. We are confident that our holidays to these destinations will prove to be extremely popular with travellers.”

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