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Jazeera Air launches new fares

Jazeera Airways is launching oa groundbreaking introductory KD 10 fare to all its destinations for bookings placed at least three weeks ahead.

The new fare will be available on selects seats on every flight to Dubai, Beirut, Damascus, Amman, and Bahrain, in addition to future destinations. 

Jazeera Airways Revenue Manager Michael Hayden said “our new fare structure brings more freedom to travelers who plan their flights before hand.  ‘Early birds’ as we call them, can now fly to any of our current destinations on board our brand new aircraft for only KD 10 when they book at least three weeks ahead.”

Jazeera Airways Chairman and CEO said “we believe in empowering our guests by enabling them to be in control of their plans, and unifying the starting fare for early planners brings us closer to it”.

Based on a low-fare business model, Jazeera Airways is the first privately owned (and non-subsidized) airline in Kuwait and the Middle East. The airline is a national carrier of Kuwait and operates a fleet of brand new Airbus A320 aircraft all fitted with 165 leather seats.


Its unique business model works to achieve across-the-board efficiency through electronically integrated operations, innovative booking and ticketing systems, operating a fleet of single type aircraft, and contracting world renowned specialists such as Lufthansa-Technik for engineering services.

The airline only recruits pilots with a minimum of 5000 hours flying hours.