On Tuesday, Hermes Airports, which is responsible for managing and overseeing the two International Airports on the island, issued a statement expressing their pleasure in welcoming Jazeera Airways to Cyprus.
Jazeera Airways, a budget airline headquartered in Kuwait, has recently included Larnaca in its list of new European destinations for the upcoming summer season in 2023.
The announcement highlighted that the airline was established in 2004 and caters to over 50 locations in the Middle East, Central and South Asia, Europe, and has a contemporary fleet of Airbus A320 and A320neo aircraft. Furthermore, the statement mentioned that Jazeera Airways offers a variety of travel classes, including Business Class and Economy Class.
Starting from April 29, 2023, Jazeera Airways is set to establish a new air route linking Kuwait to Cyprus.
As per the announcement, the airline will offer two weekly flights to Larnaca between April 29 and May 27, 2023, and increase to three flights a week between May 29 and October 28, 2023.
Hermes Airports’ Senior Manager of Aviation Development and Communication, Maria Kouroupi, expressed her satisfaction with the addition of a new airline and route to the Cyprus network.
“We are thrilled to see Jazeera Airways resume flights from Kuwait after several decades, providing more opportunities for Cypriot travelers to explore the fascinating destinations of Kuwait and Western Asia,” Kouroupi commented.
She also mentioned that the company looks forward to welcoming Kuwaiti travelers and working closely with the airline to ensure the year-round operation of this flight.
Jazeera Airways’ Chief Executive Officer, Rohit Ramachandran, expressed his delight in adding Larnaca to the airline’s expanding roster of European destinations for the upcoming summer season.
He remarked, “We are thrilled to offer travelers from Kuwait another affordable and convenient holiday destination, just a short flight away.”
“With the addition of Larnaca, we now proudly serve 63 destinations across Europe, the Middle East, Central & South Asia and Africa,” Ramachandran added.
According to Nikos Grylos, the Chief Executive Officer of Skyserv Cyprus, the company is excited to welcome Jazeera Airways to Cyprus and eager to establish a productive partnership that will enhance the value of Larnaca and Hermes Airports.
Grylos further added, “At Skyserv, we take pride in contributing to the growth of handling services by offering competitive services that have encouraged more airlines to enter the market and include Cyprus among their destinations.”