Travel for less: Flash Sale on Flight Tickets

If you are planning a romantic, family or business trip this spring you still can save on your flight tickets. If you book by Tuesday midnight, 5th March 2013, you can save up to 25% on Economy or Business Class fares for flights from Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

Last minute deals from Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Book Now. Usually travel around this time of the year can be pretty costly, especially to exotic destinations around the world. But now, we are happy to suggest to visit QatarAirways.com and book your flight as soon as possible. Yesterday the airline’s official website launched one of its Flash Sales which will continue only until tomorrow 5th March. If you book by tomorrow midnight you will be able to save up to 25% on Economy and Business Class return fares.

The sale allows all travelers to fly in comfort and luxury during their exotic spring holiday. Save up to 25% on Economy and Business Class Fares includes only flights from Dubai and Abu Dhabi to different locations in Africa and India Sub Continent – Cairo, Maldives, Tunis, Cape Town, Seychelles, Casablanca and many others. The offer however is valid exclusively for Economy and Business Class return tickets, so that customers can save even more.

In order to take advantage of the discounted airfares at QatarAirways.com, you need to travel between 3rd March and 31 May, 2013, but take into account the black-out dates – from 21st March to 6th April. The minimum stay should be 2 days, and the maximum – one month, so you are free to choose a long journey or a short trip, based on your personal needs. And as always on various flash sales, the seats are limited, so you’d better hurry and book as soon as possible.

The best option for buying your ticket is to book directly online on the website QatarAirways.com where you won’t have to pay for any additional service fees and airport charges which may often apply when buying through travel agents. We’re reminding you once again, the sale is valid only through tomorrow midnight, 5th March, 2013.

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