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Jazeera Airways launches flights to Addis Ababa

Posted 15 March 2021 · Add Comment

Jazeera Airways has launched a new route to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, starting March 16th.

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This will be the second new service for the airline in 2021. The route will connect Kuwait and Addis Ababa twice a week, offering connections to the rest of the Middle East and Asia.

 

Rohit Ramachandran, CEO Jazeera Airways said, “We are pleased to continue with our network expansion plans. There is a significant Ethiopian expatriate population living in Kuwait and the across the region and opening this new route will provide them with a great value option. Jazeera Airways has plans to launch a number of new routes during the year as travel gradually returns around the world thanks to vaccinations rolling out.”

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