Jazeera Airways, Kuwait's leading low-cost airline, has launched its Ride & Fly transport service that will transfer passengers from 17 dedicated stops across residential areas in Kuwait to the Jazeera Terminal (T5).
The Ride & Fly double-decker buses were fitted to provide the highest level of comfort to passengers. Passengers are checked-in on-board the bus and their baggage tagged and collected to enable passengers to easily proceed to the passport control desks at the Jazeera Terminal.
Jazeera Airways chief executive officer, Rohit Ramachandran, said: “The new Ride & Fly service is another innovation developed by Jazeera Airways to make travel easier for our customers. It is a mobile downtown check-in service which means you just speed through our new Jazeera Terminal when you arrive.”
The new service operates two routes, the first starting from Khansa Street in Salmiya and the second from Dabbous Street in Fahaheel. Ride & Fly serves the schedule of flights to Cairo (J9 534, J9 538 and J9 1538), Alexandria (J9 552, J9 554 and J9 550), Hyderabad (J9 608), Mumbai (J9 602) and Sohag (J9 562).
Passengers can reserve their seat by calling the Jazeera Airways call centre at 177. - TradeArabia News Service
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