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IA extends super saver schemes to business class

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New Delhi , Feb. 22

INDIAN Airlines (IA) has extended the recently launched Bumper Super Saver scheme to passengers travelling by the business class also.

In a statement, the airline said that passengers can avail themselves of the `Bumper super saver executive class' offer on payment of Rs 1 lakh.

The limited time offer allows passengers to take 16 flights in executive class to cities linked by direct, non-stop flights. The offer will be valid for one year from the time that the Bumper super saver ticket is issued.

However, for travel between Delhi and Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi, Kozhikode and Coimbatore a passenger will have to make use of two flight coupons, the airline said.

Furthermore, a passenger paying for the scheme on the IA-American Express credit card will get a discount of five per cent.

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