While we couldn’t find any pictures for Jazeera Airways’ launch of two new Indian services from its Kuwait City base, we did find this graphic on its Facebook page promoting one of them – its three times weekly route to Ahmedabad. Surely those kites should not be flying so close to an aircraft?
- Jazeera Airways, the Kuwaiti LCC, commenced two new Indian routes this week. Starting on 17 January, the airline began a three times weekly operation to Ahmedabad (AMD) from its Kuwait City (KWI) base. The following day Jazeera initiated four times weekly flights to Kochi (COK), as the 3,634-kilometre sector became the carrier’s third Indian route, joining its existing service to Hyderabad, which launched in November 2017. Both routes are flown by the LCC’s A320 fleet, with its flights to the Gujarati city witnessing competition from Kuwait Airways (three times weekly) and Air India (twice-weekly), while its operation to the port city in Kerala will be up against Kuwait Airways again, this time offering its own daily service.