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Jazeera Airways unveils new social media platforms for India

Kuwait-based low-cost carrier Jazeera Airways, recently hosted an event in Mumbai for social media influencers and travel agents to officially announce its new social media platforms for India.

During his speech, Andrew Ward, Vice President, Marketing and Customer Experience, Jazeera Airways, highlighted, “Social media and the partnership with influencers is at the heart of our marketing programmes at Jazeera. We have recently run two very successful influencer trips to Turkey & Kuwait, as well as working with individual influencers on other destinations.”

He went on to announce the launch of Jazeera India Facebook and Jazeera India Instagram. He added: “We want to involve and engage with our influencers, customers and trade partners via our new India platforms with locally relevant content.”

Romana Parvi, Regional Manager South Asia, Jazeera Airways, said, “We are extremely grateful to all our loyal travel trade agents who have been an integral part of our journey. We look forward to their continued support in the years ahead,” said Romana. She went on to share the airline’s vision of expanding to newer destinations and initiating operations from additional Indian gateways in the future.

Romana stated, “Through the years, Jazeera Airways has remained an affordable way to travel, and we are dedicated to maintaining the highest standards of safety and comfort for our passengers. We hope 2024 will be a magnificent year for all of you.”

Currently, Jazeera Airways connects India to a comprehensive global network, serving 64 popular destinations across the Middle East, Central and South Asia, Africa, and Europe. The destinations cater to high-demand sectors, including business, leisure, religious, and weekend travel.

In a nod to planned expansion, the airline welcomed two additional aircraft in the last quarter, operating a fleet of 22 across its network.

 

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