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Jazeera Airways launches dedicated terminal in Kuwait
May 12, 2018, 2:58 pm

Jazeera Airways, Kuwait’s first low-cost airline and a leader among budget-carriers in the region and internationally, announced the imminent opening of their dedicated terminal at Kuwait International Airport.

The state-of-the-art terminal and its parking facilities were revealed during a press tour highlighting the customer-centric services that Jazeera Airways planned to offer passengers through its own terminal.

During the press tour, Marwan Boodai, Chairman of Jazeera Airways commented: “The new Jazeera Airways terminal marks a significant milestone in the development of the aviation industry in Kuwait and the Middle East. It is the first terminal owned by a non-government airline, and is a testament to the Government of Kuwait’s belief in empowering the private sector to have an active role in the Kuwait Vision 2035. We thank the government of Kuwait and the Directorate General for Civil Aviation for their continued support to our endeavors in advancing the local aviation sector.”

The terminal, which is scheduled to open by the end of May, has ample space, facilities and amenities to provide an easy and stress-free travel experience to passengers by making it effortless to pass from parking lot to check-in and boarding. Passengers will have access to three check-in alternatives, eleven check-in counters at the ground floor level, of which two are dedicated to business travelers and baggage drop-offs for passengers who have checked-in online. Passengers can check-in large baggage items at another check-in counter.

The entrance to the Jazeera Airways terminal is located next to the Kuwait International Airport VIP entrance and has its own immigration counters at departure and arrival. Moreover, the terminal offers VIP service for business travelers. The nearby parking structure has the capacity to accommodate 350 cars.

As part of its customer-centric approach, Jazeera Airways is offering a ‘Park and Fly’ service that allows for passengers to leave their car at the airport for a nominal fee of KD2.500 per day. Passengers can park their car, check-in, drop-off their baggage in addition to taking advantage of a shuttle transport to the new terminal.

Concluding the tour, Mr. Boodai added, “Today, our passengers can enjoy competitive rates, a convenient schedule and a high on-time performance to 26 destinations in the Middle East, West Asia and East Europe, book and check-in online, as well as enjoy self-services, and now a state-of-the-art terminal will further enhance their travel experience.”

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