Not In Town | @notintownlive | 12 Sep 2019
Doha: Airline Qatar Airways has come up with an offer to travel the world at a ticket price with 30 per cent discount on it.
The offer allows people to avail a discount of 30 per cent on all tickets if they book by September 15.
The offer is applicable for travel till August 31, 2020. It will be available on "all-inclusive Economy and Business Class fares".
The airline tweeted, "Experience snow-capped mountains like never before. Take advantage of our incredible collection of offers and fly with us to a winter wonderland of pristine white landscapes."
Experience snow-capped mountains like never before. Take advantage of our incredible collection of offers and fly with us to a winter wonderland of pristine white landscapes.— Qatar Airways (@qatarairways) September 12, 2019
Book from now until 15 September 2019 at https://t.co/UthV489h8c #QatarAirways pic.twitter.com/QUwJ3f5sdF
(Image Credit: Qatar Airways Twitter)
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