Jazeera to fly to Alexandria, Luxor
JAZEERA Airways, one of the national airlines of Kuwait, will begin flying to Alexandria and Luxor in Egypt starting May 1. Fares start at KD10 ($34.25).
Says Jazeera Airways chairman and CEO, Marwan Boodai, “Both Alexandria and Luxor are key routes in the Jazeera Airways network, and on May 1 we will bring to the travelers of those cities our easy 24/7 online booking and payment, online seat reservations, leather seats, and brand new planes.”
Jazeera Airways is a brand new airline that inaugurated its fleet of brand new and all-leather seats Airbus A320s last October.
The airline flies to eight destinations in total, including Dubai, Bahrain, Damascus, Beirut, Aleppo, Amman, and now Alexandria and Luxor.
With its entry into the market, the airline introduced low-fares air travel, 24-hour online booking and payment (through jazeeraairways.com), seat reservation at the time of booking, and sms booking – making it the fifth airline in the world and the first in the Middle East to introduce this service.