Marking its entry into a new market, Jazeera Airways will be launching services to four destinations in India this quarter.
The roll out of the new destinations will begin on November 16 with flights to Hyderabad, followed by Kochi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad, to be introduced by mid-December.
CEO, Jazeera Airways, Rohit Ramachandran enthused on the development: “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.”
The Kuwaiti low-cost carrier will adopt daily flights to the city of Hyderabad, which take off at 18:40 and arrive at 01:35. Schedules for the other India routes will be announced shortly.