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Jazeera Airways completes its 5-year operations in India, anticipates stronger growth

Jazeera Airways, Kuwait’s leading low-cost airline, is operating regionally and internationally on a 5-year mark with its India operations and is anticipating stronger growth for the coming years.

Having started its India operations with Hyderabad in October 2017, the airlines has quickly grown in the last five years, serving from 5 to 8 destinations in India and currently has 30 direct services to Kuwait and beyond, from India.

Romana Parvi, Regional Manager – South Asia, on behalf of Jazeera Airways, recently participated at the SATTE GENX Connect 2022, a hybrid initiative from South Asia’s largest Travel and Tourism exhibition held in Chennai and spoke at the conference about India Outbound: Developing Tamil Nadu as One of the Fastest Growing Source Markets.

Parvi mentions, “Despite the challenges faced by the business community, the airline was able to support their growth and the future looks bright.”

Quite recently the airline started its service to Bangalore in India on November 3, 2022, flying to the Garden City of India two times a week on Thursdays and Saturdays. The management at Jazeera Airways also took the opportunity of successfully marking one year of operations to Chennai by thanking its trade partners for extending their support at an award show in the city on November 2, 2022.

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