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Jazeera Airways to start direct flights to Dammam, expands other connections

Jazeera Airways to start direct flights to Dammam, expands other connections
Booking for the new flights is available on Jazeera Airways’ website
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Mubasher: The leading economy airline in Kuwait Jazeera Airways announced a new flight service to Dammam in Saudi Arabia.

Starting on 19 December this year, the flights will head to the capital of the Eastern Province three times a week; Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, Jazeera Airways said in a press release on Wednesday.

Jazeera Airways CEO, Rohit Ramachandran, said: “We are very glad to be connecting our customers to the sixth largest city of Saudi Arabia with direct and connecting flights at value fares.”

Being Jazeera Airways’ fifth destination in Saudi Arabia, the new services include flights that will depart from Kuwait to Dammam at 12:35 pm local time on the three days, and take off on return from Dammam at 14:25 local time as in the Kuwait-Dammam Flights Schedule below:

Flight Number

Frequency

From

To

Departure (Local Time)

Arrival (Local Time)

J9 507

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

Kuwait

Dammam

12:35 pm

13:40

J9 508

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

Dammam

Kuwait

14:25

15:30

 

Booking for the new flights is available on Jazeera Airways’ website, with one-way flight fares starting from KWD 38 on Economy Class and KWD 64 for a return on the same class.

Expanding Jazira Airways Connections:

More than 10.4 million passengers have crossed through Dammam’s King Fahd International Airport in 2018.

Meanwhile, this new service for Dammam follows the Kuwaiti airline’s flights to Riyadh, Jeddah, Medinah, and Taif. Moreover, Jazeera Airways will provide Dammam residents with flight connections to Egypt’s Alexandria, Jordan’s Amman, Nepal’s Kathmandu, and India’s Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Cochin.

Such expansion in flight connections shall cater to the large expatriate segment while boost trade relations.

The CEO Ramachandran added, “With its status as the capital of the Eastern Province and a major administrative centre for the Saudi oil industry, Dammam connects our customers to the larger Easter Province where around 15% of the Kingdom’s population live.”