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Jet Airways and Jetlite launches ‘Boarding Card Delights’

27/07/2009 16:08

Jet Airways, India’s premier international airline and JetLite, Jet Airways’ all-economy subsidiary have launched ‘Boarding Card Delights’, an initiative offering the airlines’ guests a range of special benefits and discounts against their boarding cards, at various partners across India. This initiative, comes into effect on July 23 and is valid until October 15, 2009. 

‘Boarding Card Delights’ currently has 13 established brands as programme  partners, across four categories- Hotels, Dining/Restaurants, Car Rentals and Retail. These include Marriott International hotels in India, Domino’s Pizza India Ltd, Welcome Heritage, The Park Hotels, Sarovar Hotels, The Lemon Tree Hotels, Preferred Hotel Group, Sterling Holiday Resorts, Hertz, Avis, William Penn, Collection I, Ferns n Petals.


To avail of this attractive offer, guests need to present their Jet Airways/Jet Airways Konnect or JetLite boarding cards, at the various partner establishments / outlets.


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