Hermes Airports welcomes Jazeera Airways to Cyprus
Sponsored Article 12:37 - 02 May 2023
Jazeera Airways, a low-cost carrier based in Kuwait, has recently added Larnaka to its network of new European destinations for the 2023 summer season. Founded in 2004, the airline serves more than 50 destinations across the Middle East, Central & South Asia, and Europe and operates a fleet of modern Airbus A320 and A320neo aircraft. Jazeera Airways offers a range of travel classes, including Business Class and Economy Class.
With flights launching on April 29, 2023, Jazeera Airways will now connect Kuwait with Cyprus. Flights to Larnaka will operate twice weekly, from April 29 until May 27, 2023, and three times a week, from May 29 until October 28, 2023.
Maria Kouroupi, Senior Manager Aviation Development and Communication of Hermes Airports stated: "We are very pleased to see a new airline and a new route being added to the Cyprus network. Flights from Kuwait with Jazeera Airways will resume after many decades and will give travelers from Cyprus more options to explore the captivating destination of Kuwait and the wider Western Asia region. At the same time, we look forward to welcoming the people of Kuwait and work with the airline to make this flight a year-round operation.”
Rohit Ramachandran, Chief Executive Officer, Jazeera Airways stated: “We are pleased to add Larnaca to our growing list of European destinations for the upcoming summer season. This provides travelers from Kuwait another holiday destination that is a short, affordable flight away. With the addition of Larnaca, we now proudly serve 63 destinations across Europe, the Middle East, Central & South Asia and Africa.”
Nikos Grylos, Chief Executive Officer, Skyserv Cyprus commented: “We are thrilled to welcome Jazeera Airways in Cyprus and look forward for a fruitful collaboration that will add even more value to Larnaca and Hermes Airports. As Skyserv we feel proud, because our presence and operations have contributed with concrete facts to rendering handling services competitive allowing more airline companies to enter the market and include Cyprus among their destinations. Thus, we remain committed to strengthening the potential of the country as a dynamic travel destination offering our customers the best handling experience.”