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Jazeera Airways entices customers to explore summer destinations

Posted 25 April 2017 · Add Comment

Jazeera Airways is inviting travellers to book early with its seasonal travel fares available until 13 May 2017.

Covering some of the most popular destinations from Kuwait to Alexandria, Amman, Beirut, Jeddah, Dubai and Istanbul, customers can now enjoy the opportunity to visit their favourite cities at highly attractive prices and increased frequency of flights.

With a series of summer special prices, Jazeera Airways hopes to inspire more travellers to book in advance for their well-deserved break and discover prominent destinations famed for its summer escapades. Jazeera Airways have increased their frequencies to ensure sufficient capacity at reasonable prices to all its loyal customers.

On the Kuwait to Alexandria route, Jazeera Airways will operate seven weekly flights wherein Kuwait to Amman will be 14 flights, Kuwait to Jeddah at nine flights, Kuwait to Beirut will operate at seven flights, with 25 flights from Kuwait to Dubai, while Kuwait to Istanbul will operate at six flights on a weekly basis.

“Ensuring a seamless travel experience with increased frequencies this season, the best fares have been set to meet growing travel demand. With the provision of our exceptional fares, giving our customers increased route options at lower prices, reflects our commitment to always accommodating all passengers through an enhanced travel experience with more comfort and more choice for our customers ,” said Rafik Boghdady, vice president - sales at Jazeera Airways.

 

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