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Jet Airways launches Double Miles Promotion on Mumbai / Delhi - London Routes

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Monday, 10 November 2008

Jet Airways JetPrivilege frequent flyer programme is now offering its members travelling on the Mumbai/Delhi-London sectors (return) the opportunity to earn Double JPMiles (mileage points) until January 15, 2009.

The Double JPMiles will be eligible for flights booked in First Class, Premiere and Economy, enabling JetPrivilege members to earn over 25,000 JPMiles on a return First Class ticket booked for the London route.

Jet Airways currently flies twice daily to London from Mumbai and daily from Delhi aboard its state-of-the-art Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

The airline offers its First Class passengers private suites and wardrobes, gourmet five-course meals and the finest champagnes, while Premiere (Business) passengers can enjoy the airlines herringbone-configured seats.

Passengers in all three classes can enjoy the latest Hollywood, Bollywood, Punjabi movies, short programmes and music through JetScreen, Jet Airways In-flight entertainment.

London-bound JetPrivilege members may earn an additional 500 bonus JPMiles when they book their travel online at and an additional 250 bonus JPMiles on use of Jet Airways Web or SMS check-in facilities.

In addition, those JetPrivilege members who book their tickets on or JetWallet before November 30, 2008, for travel up to December 15, 2008, will stand a chance to win a new Maruti SX4 car.

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