Jazeera Airways, the Kuwaiti low-cost airline, has announced it will start serving New Delhi, India with four return flights weekly starting from December 15.
The launch of the new route comes as part of the carrier's expansion to serve the large Indian community and business sector in Kuwait.
The airline has previously launched flights to Hyderabad, Kochi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad over the past year.
The Kuwait-New Delhi route will be operated by return flights on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, the airline said in a statement.
Jazeera Airways CEO, Rohit Ramachandran, said: “We are excited to be serving the capital of India, New Delhi, and to launch our new schedule ahead of the upcoming season holidays.
"This is a new milestone for Jazeera Airways as it expands its network and brings more choice to travellers to and from India, connecting them to Kuwait and other cities in the GCC and the Middle East that are served within our network.”
The new route has opened bookings at fares starting from KD41 for a one-way flight on Economy Class and KD70 for a return flight on the same class. Business Class fares start at KD124 for a one-way flight and KD176 for a return flight.
Jazeera Airways flies to 27 destinations across the Middle East, India and Europe and operates a fleet of Airbus A320s and an Airbus A320neo, the first to be operated in the Middle East.
Source: Arabian Business