Jazeera Airways, the low-cost airline in Kuwait, is launching flights to the coastal city of Bodrum in Turkey with three flights a week.
The new route is in addition to the three flights a week recently launched to Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen International Airport (SAW) and to the existing daily flights to the new Istanbul Airport (IST).
The airline added the flights to Bodrum in response to high demand during the peak travel season to the popular summer destination which is located on the Aegean Sea.
Jazeera Airways said it has also enhanced its schedule to Istanbul to offer customers the choice between landing or departing from Sabiha Gokcen International Airport (SAW) or the Istanbul Airport(IST). Sabiha Gokcen is located in the Asian side of Istanbul, while Istanbul Airport is located on the European side of the city.
“We are very excited to be starting flights to Bodrum during the summer season. It has become an extremely popular leisure destination for the Kuwaiti market,” commented Jazeera Airways CEO, Rohit Ramachandran. “We are also pleased to have increased flights to Istanbul and offer our customers the choice of airport to fly through. Istanbul is a great touristic destination that never ceases to amaze with every visit thanks to its deeply-rooted history and culture.”
The airline flies to 28 destinations across the Middle East, India and Europe, operating a fleet of Airbus A320s and an Airbus A320neo.