Jazeera Airways, Kuwait’s leading low-cost airline, has unveiled plans to fly to India with four new destinations announced for Q4, starting with Hyderabad as the first route from November 16, followed by Kochi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad by mid-December.
“This move comes as part of Jazeera Airways’ commitment to addressing increasing travel demands with low cost fares at convenient frequencies that suit all. India is a dynamic business and tourist destination that has shared close ties with Kuwait for many years. Stepping into a new territory is always exciting as it holds tremendous potential for our growing customer base and brings diverse cultures closer together,” said Rohit Ramachandran, CEO of Jazeera Airways.
Hyderabad, the 400-year-old city rich with history and tradition is backed by intriguing attractions such as the Chowmahalla Palace and Ramoji Film city, the world’s largest film studio. Home to many upscale restaurants and shops, its other popular landmark sites also include Golconda Fort, a former diamond-trading centre and the Charminar, a 16th-century mosque whose four arches support towering minarets.
Jazeera Airways will operate daily flights to Hyderabad departing 18.40 arriving 01.35, making it possible to travel to India without wasting a working day. Schedules for other routes to the subcontinent will be announced shortly.
Fares from Kuwait to Hyderabad start from KD32 ($105.8) one way and are on sale now with a baggage allowance of 30kg in Economy Class and 50kg per passenger in Business Class. Travellers can book now via Jazeera’s revamped website or through the dedicated app or from all travel agents.
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