Kuwaiti low-cost carrier Jazeera Airways, has inaugurated its daily flights to Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad, India.
Kochi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad will follow in early 2018 as the airline expands its network to serve its Indian sub-continent targeting the nearly one million Indian nationals living in Kuwait.
Speaking at a press conference after the first flight, Rohit Ramachandran, Jazeera’s CEO said, “This is a proud moment for us marking the expansion of our network in to India. We are delighted to start with Hyderabad, a 400-year old city and a technology hub, bringing more choice to Indian travelers, connecting them to Kuwait, Riyadh, Jeddah, Bahrain and Dubai. In addition, we offer for religious travelers’ connections to Taif in KSA, Najaf (Iraq), Mashad (Iran) and Amman for the Holy Land.
“This new service will address surging travel demands with low cost fares at convenient frequencies for leisure, business or religious travel. India is a financial and tourist powerhouse and we are eager to capitalize on the enormous opportunities ahead.”
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