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Jet Airways Offering Benefits to Students Flying Abroad

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As part of its ‘EduJetter’ initiative aimed at celebrating the achievements of students who have secured admission in educational institutes abroad, India’s Jet Airways is now offering them a whole host of benefits, effective May 26, 2009.

The airline offers students flying out of India assured benefits of more than INR 11, 000, including excess baggage allowance between 40-60 kgs for students travelling to the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, UK, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong aboard Jet Airways, as well as 1000 JPMiles on enrolment into the airline’s JetPrivilege frequent flyer programme that results in a free ticket after the first flight.

Other benefits include free talk-time from Matrix of up to INR 3500 and waiver on the first month line rental with connection; INR 500 worth of free global internet roaming in over 160 countries by Tata Indicom WiFi; special forex rates on ICICI Bank Travel Cards; gift voucher of INR 2000 on HP Pavilion notebooks; a 20% discount on Samsonite luggage, backpacks and travel accessories; three 40% discount coupons from FedEx for international shipping and gift vouches worth INR 1000 from Provogue.

Mr. Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, CEO, Jet Airways, said, “Indian students abroad have gone on to make the country proud by going on to excel in several spheres abroad. Jet Airways’ EduJetter initiative is the airline’s way of encouraging every young student from India travelling abroad with assured benefits, having been tailored to suit the specific needs of this category of young travelers, and make their travel experience as convenient and enjoyable as possible.”

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