Jazeera Airways to launch seasonal flights to Batumi, Georgia

https://www.jazeeraairways.com/en-inJazeera Airways, Kuwait’s leading low-cost airline will launch seasonal flights to Batumi, Georgia, starting 14 June 2024. With three flights a week, Jazeera is the only carrier to fly direct from Kuwait to Batumi. Batumi, a beautiful seaside city, is the second destination Jazeera will serve in Georgia, after the capital city of Tbilisi. 

The second largest city in Georgia, Batumi is located on the south eastern shore of the Black Sea and is also famous for its ancient port, exceptional architecture, and European styled quarters. Recently voted fifth among the best places to travel in Europe, Batumi is a hidden gem, notable for its natural environment. With subtropical and mild climate all year round, plenty of activities on offer, good food, and overall safety, it is the ideal holiday destination for individuals as well as families. 

Barathan Pasupathi, Chief Executive Officer of Jazeera Airways said “Jazeera now flies direct from Kuwait to two destinations in the beautiful country of Georgia – Tbilisi and Batumi.  As we continue to expand our network, we strive to add destinations that are unique, affordable, and convenient. This is aimed at catering to the growing demand of Kuwaiti travellers that are always seeking fresh holiday options with good connectivity.” 

For this summer season, Jazeera Airways will also connect to other exciting destinations including Prague in Czech Republic, Tirana in Albania, Tivat in Montenegro, and Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt among others. The airline currently flies to more than 60 destinations across the Middle East, Africa, Central and South Asia, and Europe. 

5. Turkish Airlines and Air China sign new freesale codeshare agreement

Türkiye’s flag carrier airline Turkish Airlines (TK) and People’s Republic of China’s flag carrier airline Air China Limited (CA) have announced the signing of a new freesale codeshare agreement, transitioning from their long-standing blocked space partnership. This agreement, initially covering flights between Istanbul and Beijing, marks a significant milestone in the strategic collaboration between the two airlines and lays the groundwork for future expansions in their strong partnership.

This new freesale model will allow both airlines to offer greater flexibility and more travel options to passengers, enhancing connectivity between Türkiye and China, two nations of substantial strategic importance. This agreement underscores the commitment of Turkish Airlines and Air China to facilitate seamless travel experiences and strengthen bilateral ties.

Jazeera Airways to launch

Furthermore, the new arrangement is expected to bolster tourism and economic exchange between the two countries, offering passengers not only enhanced travel convenience but also new opportunities for cultural and business interactions. Both airlines anticipate that this collaboration will contribute to a significant increase in passenger traffic, fostering mutual growth and benefiting the wider aviation industry.

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