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Jazeera adds an Indian double to its destinations

Posted 20 January 2018 · Add Comment

Kuwait low cost carrier, Jazeera Airways, has begun flights into Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, Ahmedabad and to Kochi - the second and third new routes currently planned in to India, following the launch of flights to Hyderabad in November 2017.


The first direct flight to Kochi flew at 12:45pm from Kuwait and arrived at 20:10 pm.
Flight J9 604 departed January 17th at 00.05am from Kuwait International Airport and landed in Ahmedabad at 06.00 am in the morning. The return flight J9 605 departed Ahmedabad at 06.45 am and arrived in Kuwait at 08.45am local time. Flights will operate initially three days a week on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
The CEO of Jazeera Airways Rohit Ramachandran, said "We are delighted to continue our expansion into India with flights into Ahmedabad, an important economic and industrial hub, bringing more choice to Indian travelers, connecting them to Kuwait and across the Middle East - to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar. This new service will address the increased travel demands for travel between India and Kuwait providing direct connections for those visiting friends and relatives as well as business travelers".
Manoj K. Gangal, Ahmedabad Airport Director, Airport Authority of India said, "We predict this is vital for both the brand and our state, as Jazeera Airways extends its services to accommodate the 8th busiest airport in India. "

Andrew Ward, Vice President-Marketing & Product, Jazeera Airways and Mr. Manoj K. Gangal, Ahmedabad Airport Director, Airport Authority of India
 

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