Kuwaiti national carrier and the only privately owned airline in the Middle East Jazeera Airways announced today that it will start flying to Kuwait twice a day on July 1, 2006, coinciding with the entry of brand new Airbus A320s into service. Jazeera Airways is a brand new airline that inaugurated its operations with a fleet of brand new Airbus A320s last October with daily flights to and from Dubai. Today the airline flies to eight destinations in total, including Dubai, Bahrain, Damascus, Beirut, Aleppo, Amman, Alexandria and Luxor.
Jazeera Airways Chairman and CEO said, ‘Last October we launched our operations with daily flights to Dubai, and today Dubai is part of our history again for being the first city we fly to twice a day’.
‘Our success is due to our unique formula, which meets the needs of short haul travelers who value on-time performance and comfortable leather seats more than seats that turn into beds, healthy light sandwiches and snacks more than heavy meals and a smiling crew who encourage travelers to call them by their first names,’ he said.
With its entry into the Middle East travel market eight months ago, the airline introduced low-fares air travel, 24-hour online booking, online payment, online changes, and online seat reservation through jazeeraairways.com, seat reservation at the time of booking, and sms booking.