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Jazeera Airways Cancels Services

Jazeera Airways will cancel direct flight services to four destinations and discontinue operations for two other destinations.  This has caused thousands of vacationers to change their travel plans.  The airline recently announced that beginning in June they will not fly directly to New Delhi, Mumbai, Sana’s, and Salalah.  Except for Bahrain and Kuwait, non-stop services will be continued only via Kuwait, and they will end flight services to Chochin and Khartoum. 

Officials said UAE regulatory changes recently imposed are the reason they changed their services.  The new regulations restrict the directional fifth freedom of flying which allows air traffic between a second and third country.   Thousands of expatriate residents who had previously booked tickets with Jazeera Airways through September will now have to change their travel plans.
 

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