Jazeera Airways to launch services to London Heathrow

- A Monitor Desk Report Date: 11 June, 2021 | 709 Views
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Kuwait City:  Jazeera Airways, a Kuwaiti budget carrier is scheduled to launch London Heathrow services from mid-June, which has commenced operations in London Gatwick two years back.

The airline says it will operate its initial flight on 18 June and serve the route from Kuwait weekly, which claims it will be the first low-cost airline from the Middle East region to fly non-stop to London Heathrow.

The frequency of the service will increase as pandemic-related travel restrictions ease, it adds.

“Our new service to Heathrow airport enables Jazeera Airways to cater to popular demand for flights to and from London,” says chief executive Rohit Ramachandran.

He says this demand includes interest from business passengers, tourists, and students from the Gulf emirate.

Jazeera’s reservations system indicates that the airline will use Airbus A320neo jets on the route.

It is offering various seat selections in different parts of the cabin, featuring seat pitches of 31in, 33in, or 36in, as part of its onboard product.

Kuwait currently remains under tight restrictions, with only fully-vaccinated Kuwaiti citizens able to travel in or out of the country.

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