MAXjet Airways has announced a remarkably low fare from New York or Washington, D.C. to London Stansted for just $1,000 round trip inclusive.Just as fuel prices skyrocket, MAXjet celebrates the cure for the common fuel surcharge by reducing its fares. Roundtrip tickets must be booked and travel completed by Friday, June 2, 2006.
“Other airlines are charging consumers more because of the recent hike in fuel prices, but MAXjet stands firm in its resolution to offer the best possible prices for all-business-class travel,” said Gary Rogliano, MAXjet CEO.
Normal everyday roundtrip fares start at $1500 from New York and $1750 from Washington D.C., including all taxes and fees. MAXjet does not add fuel or security surcharges. Promotional fares are subject to availability.
MAXjet customers traveling to Europe will not only save money but will also enjoy the convenience of Stansted Airport, Europe’s low-fare carrier gateway. At Stansted, customers can connect with ease to more than 150 destinations, including Berlin, Glasgow, Rome, Warsaw and more. For a full list of connecting flights, go to www.stanstedairport.com .
Adding to its existing service from New York JFK, MAXjet launched new service April 3 between Washington Dulles International Airport and London Stansted. The Washington service operates on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, supplementing MAXjet’s service from New York to Stansted, which operates daily except Saturdays.