Jet Airways adding flights to Abu Dhabi from Bangalore & Hyderabad, offers 10% discount

Jet Airways is on an expansion spree to Abu Dhabi. After it’s Chennai – Abu Dhabi launch, and is adding two more flights to Abu Dhabi from Hyderabad and Bangalore, from March 1, 2014. These flights will be on 737 aircraft, and the schedule is as below.

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To kick off these sectors, Jet Airways is offering a 10% off on economy as well as business class tickets on these routes, only via its website www.jetairways.com. Unfortunately, this discount is not stackable with the 5% base fare discount offered by Jet Airways on its co-branded credit cards.

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  1. @Sriram The late evening departure from Blr/ HYd connects to new red eye to JFK and the return feeds from the morning arrival of the same flight back from JFK.

  2. This schedule looks a bit strange to me. After landing at 2330 LT, why is the departure on the return the next day morning at 1030 LT? Any reason for this?

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