MUMBAI — Jet Airways, India’s full-service international airline, is appealing to its Premiere guests with a ‘Great Premiere Sale’.The seven-day, special fare offer will be available for sale across India, effective Aug. 31 to Sept. 6, 2017, with immediate travel validity. Under the offer, guests enjoy savings of up to 20% on the lowest prevailing return base fares.The offer is valid for travel only on direct flights on the airline’s international network, for both one-way and return journeys on a first-come-first-served basis. As part of the limited period promotion, JetPrivilege members can also earn JPMiles on the bookings made and can redeem them for flight tickets and other benefits.While onboard, passengers enjoy a choice of their preferred meal under the customized ‘Dine Anytime’ feature, as well as curated audio-video programming with JetScreen, the airline’s inflight entertainment system.For more information go to jetairways.com. << Previous PostNext Post >> Travelweek Group Tags: Jet Airways, Promotions Share Jet Airways’ 7-day international travel sale starts today Thursday, August 31, 2017 Posted by
October 9, 2006 Welcome to the October 1. 2006 workshop participants. Back from left: Angela Truffa, Errin Turner, Jung Ju Lee, David Hutchens and Alfonso Elia. Front from left: Stanford Mandizha and Ilaria Ferraboli. [Photo & text: sa]
Dutch telco KPN has named Joost Farwerch as managing director of its Dutch operations. KPN has also appointed Godert Vinkesteijn as chief financial officer, KPN Netherlands.KPN has set the goal of stabilising its share of the Dutch mobile and fixed-broadband maket by the end of this year and to improve its cost base.Farwerck and Vinkesteijn currently sit on the executive committee of KPN’s home consumer division.
France’s competition watchdog has decided to maintain certain obligations imposed on pay TV outfit Canal+ at the time of authorising the latter’s acquisition of French overseas territories telecom operator Mediaserv in 2014.The Autorité de la Concurrence is to maintain a number of obligations placed on the pay TV operator, which had initially been imposed for a five-year period, including a requirement to make its services available to other operators.The regulator has ruled that Canal+ will be obliged to treat Canal+ Telecom/Mediaserv and other internet service providers on the basis of equality because of the risk that the pay TV outfit could make its content available exclusively to its own subsidiary, or make it available to its subsidiary at more favourable terms than were available to rivals.The watchdog gave Canal+ relief on some of its obligations, including giving it the ability to bundle its internet offering with Canal+ International’s programming offer.The regulator conditionally approved Canal+ Overseas’ acquisition of a 51% stake in Mediaserv, the main alternative telecom operator in Guadeloupe, Martinique, French Guiana and Reunion, in 2014.