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Jazeera Airways Announces Huge Fare Discounts

Jazeera Airways is offering sharply reduced air fare with 111,000 promotional seats available at only Dh139 from Abu Dhabi and Dh133 one way from Dubai.  The fares include air fare and taxes. 

Jazeera Airways CEO Stefan Pichler said “At Jazeera we are committed to giving our guests greater freedom to fly with us across the region.”  Customers can book tickets to any of the carriers 24 destinations on www.jazeeraairways.com until October 10 for just Dh133.  The promotional seats can be used for travel between October 4 and November 11.  Jazeera Airways now operates a fleet of ten new Airbus A320s.
 

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