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Jazeera Airways brings more choices and services to passengers in 2020

Posted 6 January 2020 · Add Comment

Jazeera Airways has announced a series of new services and fare categories applicable from 2020.

 

Speaking of the change in the airline’s fares and services for 2020, Jazeera Airways chief executive officer, Rohit Ramachandran, said: “As we continue to expand and offer our customers more places to visit, we are focusing as well on enabling them to choose how they want to travel. Our new fare categories and services have been designed to make their journey with Jazeera Airways all the more personalized and enjoyable. We will be the first airline in the Middle East to offer a Priority Service they can pre-purchase online.”

Starting from January 8, 2020, Jazeera Airways passengers will be able to choose from three fare categories in Economy Class: Light, Value or Extra, each providing them with a set of services to meet their needs. Passengers of Economy Class Light, the lowest fare category, are allowed a carry-on and a small bag, and can add on the services they require for their travel itinerary. Passengers of Economy Class Value are additionally allowed 20 kilograms in checked-in baggage allowance, while passengers of Economy Class Extra are allowed 30 kilograms in checked-in baggage allowance, priority check-in and the ability to choose from the Preferred Seats located on rows 4 to 10.

:The new Priority Service provides passengers with a faster travel experience: access to Priority Check-in, Priority Baggage and Priority Boarding. Charges will be KD10 one-way and will be available at all airports. Passengers on connecting flights will pay KD15 for the one-way service for both flights,” added Ramachandran.

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