Check-in desk celebrations for Jazeera Airways’ first Indian service were held in Hyderabad on 16 November. Air India will provide some competition on the city pair in the form of its existing twice-weekly service.
- Jazeera Airways has begun its first Indian city pair on 16 November, connecting its Kuwait City (KWI) base with Hyderabad (HYD). The 3,370-kilometre sector will be flown daily by the LCC with its A320 fleet and will face direct competition from Air India, which operates the route twice-weekly. According to the anna.aero New Route Database the last route the airline started was to Taif in Saudi Arabia, a three times weekly service it no longer operates based on current OAG schedules. See how Hyderabad Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.