KUWAIT: Jazeera Airways yesterday announced it will increase flights between Kuwait and Riyadh, KSA, to four flights a week starting January 1, 2016. The airline currently operates three weekly flights between Kuwait and Riyadh on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The additional flight will be operated on Thursdays. In addition to serving the Saudi capital, Jazeera Airways operates flights between Kuwait and the Saudi tourist city of Jeddah every day of the week with double daily flights on Thursdays and Saturdays. The additional Riyadh service is designed to serve the needs of business travelers looking to return home before the weekend, and leisure travelers looking to spend their weekend in Riyadh.
Travelers may book to Saudi and other high-demand and popular destination in the Middle through jazeeraairways.com or through airline’s native mobile apps (available on iOS, Android, and Windows). Travelers may also book offline through the airline’s call center on 177 (in Kuwait).
Based in Kuwait, Jazeera Airways serves popular destinations in the Middle East with a consistent on-time performance of 95 percent in 2015. The airline offers online booking and check-in and airport self-check-in kiosks to reduce waiting time. Jazeera Airways operates a fleet of Airbus A320 aircrafts with two class cabins comprising a business class and an economy Class. Business class travelers are offered an upgraded experience, with exclusive check-in counters, business lounge access, and up to 60 kilograms in free baggage allowance. The airline’s economy class offers travelers 40 kilograms free baggage allowance.