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Jazeera Airways Will Begin Antalya Flights

FJazeera Airways will be the first Middle Eastern airline to fly to Antalya when it begins service to the Turkish city in June.  The Kuwait based budget carrier will launch the new service on 4 June 2009, and non-stop flights are scheduled for Thursdays and Saturdays. The cost of the flight service starts at KD29 ($100) inclusive of all taxes and fees.

Jazeera Airways chief commercial officer said Antalya’s scenery is breathtaking and it is an optimum location “for those who want a change of scenery and a relaxing holiday not very far from the Gulf.” 

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