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About Jazeera Airways

Jazeera Airways K.S.C is a Kuwaiti airline based at Kuwait International Airport in Al Farwaniyah Governorate, Kuwait.

Jazeera Airways operates scheduled services in the Middle East, with its main base located at Kuwait International Airport. Operating services on Airbus A320-200 series aircraft, Jazeera Airways serve over 18 destinations including Egypt, Bahrain, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and United Arab Emirates.

Since the launch of Jazeera Airways in 2004, the Kuwait based carrier has grown to be the second national carrier of Kuwait, the first being Kuwait Airways.

Jazeera Airways is the largest carrier serving flights out of Kuwait Airport, having handled a quarter of all aircraft movements year on year.

The airline has been hugely dynamic in popularising low-cost carriers in the Middle East. This is one of the reasons it has featured in our blog about the cheapest, and best-value airlines in the world.

Jazeera Airways is an IATA-member.

 


 

Baggage Allowance

Checked Baggage

Jazeera Economy: 30 Kg (40 kg for certain flights according to fare rules).

Jazeera Business :50 Kg (60 kg for certain flights according to fare rules).

Carry-On Baggage

Jazeera Business: 2 pieces, combined total of 15 kg. As per our procedures, each additional piece will be charged at KD 5 at the boarding gate, any additional pieces will be carried with the checked in baggage.

Jazeera Economy: 1 piece, 7 kg total weight. As per our procedures, each additional piece will be charged at KD 5 at the boarding gate, any additional pieces will be carried with the checked in baggage.

Carry on baggage size= 55cm x 40cm x 20cm

All carry-on pieces must be declared at the check-in counters and Jazeera Airways' carry-on tags must be attached to every carry-on piece. Infants are not allowed any checked in or carry on baggage.

 


 

Jazeera Check-In

Check-In Online

Check-in online. Web Check in also allows you to check in your luggage in advance, select your seat, meal options(if available) and many more, before you depart for the flight. Check-in and print your boarding pass directly from your computer.

Check-In at the Airport

Airport check-in opens 3 hours prior to departure, and closes 45 minutes prior to departure. For flights from Istanbul, Egypt, and Dubai, check-in closes 1 hour prior to departure.

As of March 2019, Jazeera Airways has introduced state-of-the-art self-check-in kiosks at its Terminal 5 (T5) at Kuwait International Airport.

 

 


 

Class Fares

Jazeera offers two class fares: Economy, and Business.

Economy Class

Economy Class Facilities.

Jazeera Airways’ Economy Class amenities include 30 kilograms in free baggage allowance for every passenger, a complementary selection of on board meals that change every month, so our frequent travelers can always count on a new meal experience when flying with Jazeera.

What are Economy Class Seats Like?

Economy Class seating has leather seats and shareable TV screens.

Business Class

Business Class travellers embark upon an exclusive experience from the beginning to the end of their journey.

Business Class Facilities

Business Class travelers get both an upgraded experience and exclusivity, starting with exclusive check-in lines and business lounge access, up to 60 kilograms in free baggage allowance, an exclusive on-board cabin, and in addition to special meals.

What are Business Class Seats Like?

Business class seats have leather seats with personal TV screens and seat formation of two seats per row, with ample work space and additional privacy so you can sit back and enjoy your flight.

 


 

Jazeera Airways Route Map

Jazeera Airways route map

  

Jazeera Airways Popular Routes

 

Dubai   Dark grey plane icon  Amman

 

Dubai  Dark grey plane icon  Kuwait

 

Kuwait Dark grey plane icon  Alexandria

 

Cairo  Dark grey plane icon  Kuwait

 

Jeddah   Dark grey plane icon  Kuwait 

 

Luxor  Dark grey plane icon  Kuwait 

 
 
 

Jazeera Airways Fleet

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Jazeera Airways Hub Airport

Kuwait International Airport 

 

Kuwait International Airport is located in Farwaniyah, Kuwait, 15.5 kilometres south of Kuwait City, spread over an area of 37.7 square kilometres. It serves as a hub for Jazeera Airways and Kuwait Airways. A portion of the airport complex is designated as Al Mubarak Air Base, which contains the headquarters of the Kuwait Air Force, as well as the Kuwait Air Force Museum.

Airlines that fly from and Kuwait International Airport include KLM, Qatar, Lufthansa, Etihad, Ethiopian, AlMasria Universal Airlines and Air India.

 

 

Aerial view of kuwait international airport

 

 

 


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News

2nd May 2018

Jazeera Airways adds Mumbai to its Indian route network

Jazeera Airways, which is Kuwait's largest low cost carrier, has announced it will now fly to Mumbai starting May 9th. Jazeera Airways already flies to Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Kochi recently. 

Jazeera Airways will operate daily flights to and from Mumbai starting May 9 departing 20:30 pm from Kuwait arriving 03.00am in Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. Flying to 23 destinations across the Middle East, Europe & India, Jazeera Airways operates a fleet of 9 Airbus A320 aircrafts. Passengers can enjoy a baggage allowance of 30kg for Economy class and 50kg per Business class passenger.

 

1st February 2018

Jazeera Air launches Kochi-Kuwait flights

Kuwait’s low-cost airline Jazeera Airways has added Kochi as its third Indian destination by launching four weekly flights. The company had recently introduced services to Hyderabad and Ahmedabad.

The flights operate four days a week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays departing at 8.55 pm from Kochi and arriving at 12.10 am in Kuwait. It will leave Kuwait at 12.45 pm reaching Kochi at 8.10 pm.

The company is looking at additional destinations in the Indian market.

Mumbai will be added shortly, for which discussions are going on with airport authorities, Andrew Ward, Vice-President (Marketing & Customer Experience), told reporters here on Wednesday.

He said the airline would work with Kerala Tourism in promoting destinations as well as medical tourism initiatives. Kochi, according to him, is a popular destination for tourism and medical visits and the company sees these as growing segments out of the Kuwait market.

In addition, the airline will offer a welcome choice to the VFR (Visiting Friends & Relatives) travellers wanting to connect with their families in both Kerala and Kuwait.

 

August 2017

Jazeera Airways announced a $7.6 million 2Q net profit

Kuwaiti hybrid carrier Jazeera Airways reported a KD2.3 million ($7.6 million) net profit for the 2017 second quarter, an 18.1% improvement over its KD1.9 million net profit in 2Q 2016. The result was driven by a 9.5% rise in revenue to KD14 million, which Jazeera management attributed to higher utilization, better network planning and increased passenger demand.

The airline posted an operating profit of KD2.2 million for the quarter, up 22.9% year-over-year (YOY). Load factor for the quarter increased 1.5% YOY to 73.3%. Passenger yield improved 4.7% YOY.

However, Jazeera Airways’ second-quarter results were not enough to compensate for the airline’s first quarterKD900,000 net loss. For the first-six months of 2017, the airline’s net profit stands at KD1.3 million, down 77.3% from its KD5.7 million net profit for the first half of 2016. Half-year revenue, at KD24.1 million, is down 2.4% YOY. The airline’s half-year KD 1.2 million operating profit is down 65.2% YOY.

 

 

June 2017

Jazeera Airways announced it is offering its passengers traditional iftar delights

Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways is offering traditional Ramadan refreshments onboard, staying true to its regional heritage and Ramadan’s spirit of giving and kindness. All Jazeera Airways passengers flying up to 90 minutes before and after Iftar, will be served special Iftar starters such as dates, yoghurt and apricot juice along with the regular meal when they break their fast, either in flight or shortly after.

Economy passengers can look forward to being offered the healthy Iftar starters as part of their on board meals consisting of sandwiches, chocolates and drinks.

For Business passengers travelling to all sectors, the airline has additionally replaced the international dessert on the meal tray with a rich collection of popular Arabic and Kuwaiti sweets namely Mamoul Walnut, Goraiba Kuwaiti and Aish Al Bulbul.

 

 

May 2017

Jazeera Airways announced that it was recently ranked #1 in the region and # 2 on a grand global scale for their 2016 performance on overall punctuality. The airline topped with an average On-Time performance (OTP) of 92.6 percent, in the annual OAG Punctuality League - the industry’s most comprehensive annual ranking of on-time performance (OTP) for the world’s airlines and airports.

The accreditation was judged based on On-Time percentage of flights that depart or arrive within 15 minutes of airline schedule, by the international leader in air travel intelligence.

 

 

April 2017

Jazeera Airways announced it is one of three airlines to have achieved the prestigious five-star status for punctuality as part of a new OAG on-time performance accreditation programme. The other two five-star performers were South Africa's Safair and AirBaltic. The new programme recognises and celebrates on-time performance excellence for airports and airlines, regardless of size of geography using an industry led benchmark devised by OAG, the flight information experts.

The 5-star ranking goes to those who have achieved an on-time performance of 90% and above.

 

 

 

August 2016

 

Jazeera Airways opened a new lounge for business class travellers at Kuwait International Airport

The new facility is the only lounge at the airport offering views of the runway. Guests can make use of free Wi-Fi, a wireless printer and a business corner with iPads. Passengers can also enjoy a buffet service, with menus that are updated daily. In February 2016, Jazeera Airways launched a major product enhancement program to boost customer experience through various on-ground and in-flight initiatives.

The program, titled ‘The Next Big Thing’, includes a dedicated remote check-in and long-term parking facility, in-flight broadband service, a dedicated terminal at Kuwait International Airport, and a dedicated business class lounge at Kuwait International Airport.

In June, the company launched flights to the city of Taif, its third destination in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with three flights a week. In July, Jazeera Airways launched a dedicated business class lounge at Kuwait International Airport. The lounge is part of the ‘The Next Big Thing’ product development program launched by the airline.