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Jazeera Airways welcomes first passengers at new dedicated terminal
May 22, 2018, 1:05 pm
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Jazeera Airways, Kuwait's leading low-cost airline, operating regionally and internationally, today welcomed its first passengers at its newly inaugurated Jazeera Terminal (T5) at the Kuwait International Airport.

Passengers travelling to Cairo were the first to check-in through the new Jazeera terminal, departing from gate B2 at 9:45am. Passengers returning from Najaf were the first to arrive at the new terminal, landing in Kuwait at 12:20pm.

All Jazeera Airways flights to Kuwait landing from Tuesday, May 22, from 12:00pm arrive at the Jazeera terminal, while departing flights are gradually be routed to the Jazeera terminal. All departing flights will be fully served from the new terminal starting Sunday, May 27.

Schedule of flights departing from the Jazeera terminal

Date

Departing flights from Kuwait

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Cairo, Doha (J9 144), Dubai, Alexandria and Sohag (J9 560)

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Cairo, Doha, Dubai, Alexandria, Sohag, Mashhad and Sharm El Sheikh

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Amman, Assiut, Bahrain, Beirut, Cairo, Doha, Luxor, Dubai, Alexandria, Sohag, Mashhad and Sharm El Sheikh

Friday, May 25, 2018

Amman, Assiut, Bahrain, Beirut, Cairo, Doha, Dubai, Alexandria, Sohag, Istanbul, Luxor, Mashhad and Sharm El Sheikh

Saturday, May 26, 2018

Amman, Assiut, Bahrain, Beirut, Cairo, Doha, Dubai, Alexandria, Sohag, Istanbul, Luxor, Mashhad, Najaf and Sharm El Sheikh

Sunday, May 27, 2018

All departing flights from Kuwait

 

About the Jazeera terminal

The Jazeera terminal is the first terminal owned by a non-government airline in the Middle East and ease traffic congestion at the Kuwait International Airport. The terminal is located next to the main terminal at Kuwait International Airport.

Facts:

●     Total size: 4,750 square meters

●     Annual passenger capacity: 2.5 million

●     Baggage handling capacity: 1,200 per hour

●     Check-in alternatives: 12 check-in counters and fully-integrates self-service check-in kiosks

●     Parking annex: 350 cars capacity, connected by an air-conditioned glass bridge

●     Single security check for departing and arriving passengers

●     Connected to three boarding gates

Check-in process

Twelve check-in counters are located at the ground floor level, of which two are dedicated to business travelers and baggage drop-offs for passengers who have checked-in online. Two car park check-in counters and self-service check-in kiosks will be made available in the parking structure and the terminal to enable passengers to check-in.

The terminal has its own passport control desks at departure and arrival, with only one security check after passport control and none required at the gates due to the new passenger flow system designed to separate departing and arriving passengers. The terminal connects directly to the Jazeera Airways dedicated gates B1, B2 and B3 at the Kuwait International Airport.

Short-term parking

The terminal is connected to a parking structure which accommodates 350 cars and gives passengers access to the terminal through a connecting tunnel.

Long-term parking: Park & Fly

Complementing the customer-centric terminal, Jazeera Airways’ Park & Fly service will connect passengers to the new terminal through a shuttle. Located at the Jazeera Airways headquarters opposite the Amiri Terminal, Park & Fly is ideal for passengers who opt to leaving 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 and enjoy a shuttle transport to the new terminal.

New shuttle service: Ride & Fly

Jazeera Airways will soon launch its newest shuttle service, Ride & Fly, enabling passengers to take a shuttle from dedicated bus stops in Kuwait, check-in on-board and travel to the new terminal.

  

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