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Jazeera Airways introduces Azerbaijan as new summer destination

Posted 29 May 2017 · Add Comment

Jazeera Airways has launched its new direct flights to Eurasia, starting with Baku, Azerbaijan as the first destination from June 23.

Jazeera Airways will provide a frequency of two weekly flights scheduled on Mondays and Fridays with departure at 9:00 am and arrival at 12:10 pm and 13:10 pm with arrival at 14:25 pm respectively.

“We are determined to break new grounds staying true to our brand essence of creating a seamless link to inspiration for our customers, who are always on the hunt for new adventures. The flight to Baku, en route to becoming a leading tourist destination, is only the beginning to setting course to new lands beyond the Middle East, as we continue to identify trends brought forth by our customers”, said Rohit Ramachandran, CEO of Jazeera Airways.

“As a progressive service-oriented airline that anticipates customer needs, we remain committed to enriching lives by opening up new horizons and trade routes and building bridges for individuals and businesses. Travel is a unifying force that brings countries and different cultures together and Jazeera Airways, as a proud Kuwaiti airline with global ambitions, is leading the way to bolstering cultural exchange and trade relations with countries that share our values,” added Ramachandran.

 

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