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Jazeera Airways Adds Dubai Flights

Kuwait’s Jazeera Airways announced it will begin two additional daily flights from Kuwait to Dubai beginning on 1 June. The airline provided a 48 hour special promotional offer on Thursday to celebrate the launch of the new services.  Tickets purchased can be used for flights between 1 June and 15 September.  Under the promotional offers passengers can purchase one way tickets starting at AED 119 which is inclusive of all taxes and additional fees.   CCO for Jazeera Airways said “The 48 hour promotional offer is our way of saying a big thank you to our discerning patrons without whom we at wouldn’t have been able to achieve such immense success.”

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