After the permission of Kuwait government on 2004, Jazeera Airways was founded to stop the essential dependency of travelers on Kuwait Airways. It was a non-governmental airline firm that started its operations on 30th October 2005 with a fleet of brand new Airbus A320 aircraft. With all leather seats, the airline was flying to numerous destinations in the Middle East. The airline offers business and economy class seating.
Jazeera Airways is a low cost airline that gives its scheduled services to Middle East from its main base Kuwait International Airport. Its head office is located on the grounds of Kuwait International Airport in Al Farwaniyah Governorate, Kuwait. It belongs to The Boodai Group. Since its establishment, the airline has become the second national airline of Kuwait and has been active in increasing popularity of low-cost airlines in the Middle East. As of July 2009, Jazeera Airways has become one of the largest operators at Kuwait Airport by handling huge number of passengers.
Jazeera Airways Top Flight RoutssJazeera Airways flies to several destinations across the Middle East from its main base in Kuwait. In Egypt, it flies to Assiut, Cairo, Luxor, Sohag, and Sharm el-Sheikh. In Asian continent, it covers destinations like Bahrain, Iran,Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates. It also serves Istanbul, Turkey in Europe.
Jazeera Airways is comprised of two cabin classes, including Business Class and Economy Class. Business Class travelers are allowed to carry up to 60 kg as free baggage allowance. Passengers traveling in Economy Class can carry free baggage of 40 kg as checked in baggage. One piece of hand baggage of weight 7 kg is also allowed to carry.