Say good bye to 2006 with KD 6 fares!
Jazeera Airways, the Middle East first private and non-government passenger airline, launched today another ground breaking fare as the year comes to an end. Jazeera Airways is offering 100,000 seats on sale for KD 6 one way to all its destinations for the next 48 hours only.
The offer, which starts at 00:01a.m 14 December and ends December 15 at 11.59pm, does not include taxes or charges and is for flights to and from Kuwait, including connections. Travelers can book online on jazeeraairways.com and avoid call centre or travel agent charges. Travelers who book and pay online can also reserve their seats from the convenience of their own home or office.
Jazeera Airways Revenue Manager Michael Hayden said, “2006 marked an amazing year for us at Jazeera Airways and we did not want to end the year with out one last great offer before embarking on 2007. Our offer is now available to all our destinations but it won’t be available for long!”
Launched in October 2005, Jazeera Airways operates a fleet of new Airbus A320 aircraft all fitted with leather seats. Jazeera Airways serves 13 of the most popular destinations for both business and leisure in the Middle East, North Africa, and the Indian Subcontinent.
Jazeera Airways is a Kuwait Public Shareholding Company established in 2004 (operated in 2005) with a capital of KD 10 million raised through one of the most successful IPOs in Kuwait's history, making it the only privately owned airline in the Middle East. Based on a low fare business model that maximizes across-the-board efficiency in operations, Jazeera Airways enables travelers to fly without a ticket and book through the web and SMS, giving travelers more independence, spontaneity, and fares up to 50% lesser than the market.
Jazeera Airways, which took its first flight on October 30, 2005, operates a fleet of new Airbus A320 aircraft and serves some of the most popular destinations for both business and leisure in the Middle East, North Africa, and the Indian Subcontinent, including Dubai, Beirut, Bahrain, Damascus, Aleppo, Amman, Alexandria, Luxor, Mumbai, New Delhi, Mashhad, Assiut, and Cochin. Travelers are able to book via jazeeraairways.com or through travel agents to receive a booking reference number for easy, ticket-free check in.
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