Jazeera Airways enhances presence in India

Future plans aligned with Saudi Vision 2030
2022-10-03
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/ New Delhi
Jazeera Airways
Jazeera Airways enhances presence in India

Jazeera has been established in the Indian market for five years and now has a strong pan-India presence with six destinations

Kuwait-based low-cost carrier Jazeera Airways has been present in the Indian market for over five years and now has a strong pan-India presence. As it unfolds future plans, the airline says it is aligning its strategies with the ambitious Saudi Arabian plans, under the Vision 2030, for the Indian market.
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Jazeera Airways, based in Kuwait and a leading low-cost carrier (LCC) in the Middle East, continues to support an expanding network of routes. Jazeera Airways currently flies to over 50 destinations operating a reliable fleet of Airbus A320neo and A320ceo aircraft.

With the return of international travel during 2022, the airline is going forward with its expansion plans offering affordable travel across the Middle East, Central and South Asia, North Africa and Europe.

Jazeera has been established in the Indian market for five years and now has a strong pan-India presence with six destinations: Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Kochi and Chennai. Later this year two additional routes will be added to Thiruvananthapuram and Bengaluru.

According to a press statement, Jazeera Airways is responding strongly also to the 2030 Vision that is driving growth in travel to Saudi Arabia. Jazeera is working closely with the Saudi Tourism Authority to support the marketing of eight routes that it currently operates to the Kingdom.

The growth plan constitutes of Romana Parvi, Regional Manager – South Asia engaging in showcasing knowledge about product and its offerings and exchanging business ideas by participating at various travel trade marts like TTF Ahmedabad, BLTM Delhi and OTM Mumbai.

Jazeera Airways will also participate at various tradeshows in Indore, Raipur, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Chennai and the Wedding Travel Show in Dehradun.

“The response has been positive as we’re seeing healthy load factor for forward bookings. We are continuously reviewing the opportunities in the India market and will work upon it to meet these demands,” says Parvi.

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