Jazeera Airways on Monday announced the launch of a new service to the capital of the Sultanate of Oman, Muscat, starting from November 2, 2020, offering direct flights between Kuwait and Muscat once a week every Monday.
With these new flights, passengers can enjoy the rich history and culture of the capital, enjoy shopping, clifftop landmarks, old forts, museums flower-filled parks and seafood over the sandy beaches. Scenically wedged between mountains and ocean, the city has a character quite distinct and hospitable to visitors.
Commenting on the new route, Rohit Ramachandran, Chief Executive Officer of Jazeera Airways, said, “We are pleased to be flying once again to Muscat and offering additional leisure options to the Kuwait market. Muscat and Oman generally are very popular with Kuwaitis. This is the third new route we have launched during the pandemic which shows that we are making good progress in building back our operations.’’
Jazeera Terminal 5 and Jazeera flights comply with all hygiene regulations to ensure a safe flying experience for passengers. Passengers are advised to check and comply with local health regulations in Kuwait and Oman before they fly.
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