Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways will be launching its first service to Sharjah on April 2, 2020.
This new route will mark the airline’s third point in the UAE.
Enthusing on the news was CEO, Jazeera Airways, Rohit Ramachandran: “We are very pleased to be operating our first direct service to Sharjah and to be launching this new route following our successful service to Al Ain in December last year.
“The flight not only connects our customers to a great tourist destination for families, but also connects Kuwaiti students to an airport closer to where they are studying as well as residents of Sharjah to our growing network of destinations in Europe, the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent,” Ramachandran said.
Sharjah is a prominent destination for Kuwaiti students attending the University of Sharjah and the American University of Sharjah. Sharjah International Airport also connects Kuwaiti students to universities located in the emirate of Ajman as well as the other northern emirates.
Adding to this, for Kuwaiti tourists, Sharjah boasts fascinating archaeological sites, historic museums, galleries and heritage houses, all of which grant a glimpse into charming Emirati heritage.
“We thank Sharjah’s Department of Civil Aviation and Sharjah Airport Authority for enabling Jazeera Airways to launch this new service and support the growing demand for flights between both airports,” Ramachandran declared.
Jazeera Airways will operate two convenient return flights on Thursdays and Saturdays.