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Kingfisher Airlines lures travelers with ‘chill time’

06-August-2005
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Kingfisher Airlines lures travelers with ‘chill time’

Kingfisher Airlines has announced a unique offer for the ‘special guest’ flying the two sectors – Mumbai-Bangalore-Mumbai and Delhi-Bangalore-Delhi. Carrying forward the customer-retention plan, the airline has launched ‘chill times offer’, a special offer to lure customers and induce loyalty.

Girish Shah, GM-Marketing, Kingfisher Airlines, said, “The offer is an effort to grow its guest base as well as generate more trials. We are constantly innovating to provide the best in class services and unique offerings to our guests.”

On the offers made by Kingfisher, Shah said, “We have a welcome pack that is given complimentary or the first of its kind in-flight entertainment – five video and 10 audio channels. And now with the chill times offer, the guests can fly more with us for free.”

The offer envisages offering free tickets to all guests flying Kingfisher Airlines on the routes it operates in. The offer can be availed by all guests who fly Kingfisher Airlines between August 2 and September 30 this year. A guest can redeem four boarding passes for a one-way Kingfisher Airlines ticket or six boarding passes for a return Kingfisher Airlines ticket.

The offer can be availed by a simple process of filling a redemption form available onboard the aircraft or at the Kingfisher Airlines ticket counters and attaching the required number of boarding passes to the same.

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