Low-cost carrier Jazeera Airways from Kuwait said on Tuesday that it will begin flights to Bengaluru in Karnataka on November 3.
On Thursdays and Saturdays, Jazeera Airways will operate two flights a week to Bengaluru, with one-way tickets beginning at 19,999.
A Kuwaiti airline called Jazeera Airways has its main office on the grounds of Kuwait International Airport in Kuwait’s Al Farwaniyah Governorate.
It runs regularly scheduled services throughout Europe, Nepal, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, and the Middle East. The Kuwait International Airport serves as its major base.
Since its founding, the airline has expanded to become Kuwait’s second national carrier.
With a quarter of all passenger and aircraft movements handled at Kuwait Airport in July 2009, Jazeera Airways is one of the busiest airlines there.
According to the Kuwait Directorate General for Civil Aviation's July 2009 report, Jazeera Airways recorded the most aircraft movements in the month with 1834 take-offs and landings, surpassing the second-largest carrier by 4%.
The largest domestic and international low-cost airline in Kuwait launched its operations in Hyderabad in October 2017.
According to a statement from the airline, Jazeera Airways has expanded to serve up to eight cities in India and now offers 30 daily direct flights to Kuwait and other destinations.
“We are very excited to fly into the Garden City with two services per week connecting the Indian Expat population from Kuwait to India and taking our valued passengers back from India to Kuwait and beyond to a large number of leisure and pilgrimage destinations,”Romana Parvi, regional manager for South Asia.
The addition of direct flights to Bengaluru marks the airline’s growth into India; Jazeera Airways now offers service to all locations covered by the bilateral agreement between the two nations, according to the announcement.
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