Not In Town | @notintownlive | 02 Nov 2019
Mumbai/NITN: EaseMyTrip.com (EMT), the Online Travel Aggregators segment, is aiming to help the customers traveling to and from Mumbai in the wake of Mumbai runway closure.
The company is facilitating its customers with a free bus ticket to Mumbai from its nearby airports.
The main runway of Mumbai Airport will be closed for commercial flight operations between 9 am and 5.30 pm from 1 Nov 1, 2019 to Mar 28, 2020 for re-carpeting work.
To provide an innovative way-out to its customers, EaseMyTrip is suggesting them to travel to the nearby airports and travel via buses to Mumbai.
The company is therefore giving its customers bus coupon worth Rs.1000 on using the code MUMBUS while making flight bookings to nearby destinations- Pune, Nasik, Nagpur, Nanded or Aurangabad.
Once the flights are booked, bus coupon codes will be sent to the customers through email to avail the discount on their subsequent bus booking to Mumbai.
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