Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Jet expands EduJetter programme

Jet Airways has expanded the scope of its popular eduJetter programme for upcoming 2017-18 academic year. The revised programme will make it easier for Indian students and those from Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal - holding confirmed admissions for studying at universities/ institutions in Australia, Canada, Europe, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, United Kingdom, and the USA, to commence their new academic journey conveniently, in spite of travelling away from home.

Effective this year, students availing advantages of the eduJetter programme will now be available to enjoy them while travelling to/ via Hong Kong on codeshare flights operated by Hong Kong Airlines. EduJetter already provides students with substantial benefits when travelling with other leading airlines such as KLM, Delta Air Lines, Etihad Airways, Qantas, Air France, American Airlines, United Airlines, US Airlines and Air Canada, which account for a significant carriage of students, to institutions of their choice.

Benefits for students include an attractive eduJetter kit packed with privileges such as a special baggage allowance of up to 69 kg - on par with the best-in-the-industry, free SIM cards (with exclusive calling rates), and through baggage check-in right up to a student’s final destination. Participating students also receive a free ISIC Forex Card that offers easy and safe access to foreign exchange besides enjoying a 5 percent discount on JetEscapes Holidays.

Apart from the above-mentioned benefits, Jet Airways has also simplified the entire process of eduJetter application and booking, as part of widening the appeal of the programme. The new, automatic application process is extremely user-friendly and allows students to apply in three simple steps – book a flight ticket, visit the EduJetter page on the Jet Airways website to fill an online request form. The student then receives an updated ticket from the airline with applicable eduJetter benefits within 72 hours.
09/05/17 Travel Trends Today