Jazeera Airways, Kuwait’s leading low cost airline that operates regionally as well as internationally has inaugurated the Jazeera Terminal (T5) at the Kuwait International Airport. The airlines has launched the Ride & Fly transport service that will provide service to passengers from 17 steadfast stops across residential areas in Kuwait and to the Jazeera Terminal (T5).
The airport security check is one of the main reasons that you need to arrive early at the airport. To make travel easier for customers, Jazeera Airways has come up with this latest move. Jazeera Airlines, which is the first terminal owned by a non-government airline in the Middle East will surely help to decrease overcrowding at the Kuwait International Airport. The terminal occupies a total area of 4,750 square meters and can handle an average of 1,200 bags per hour.
Rohit Ramachandran, Chief Executive Officer of Jazeera Airways 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.”
According to the company, the Ride & Fly double-decker buses were introduced to allow the customers to have a huge level of comfort. Passengers are checked-in on-board the bus and their baggage is tagged and collected to allow them to proceed to the passport control desks without facing any difficulties at Jazeera Terminal.
Talking about the terminal, twelve check-in counters are situated at the ground floor level, out of which two are built for business travelers and baggage drop-offs for customers who have checked-in online. The terminal connects directly to the Jazeera Airways dedicated gates B1, B2 and B3 at the Kuwait International Airport. The Jazeera Terminal is located next to the main terminal at Kuwait International Airport.
Ride & Fly provides service to the schedule of flights to Cairo, Alexandria, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Sohag. Another service that may ease the passengers is that they can reserve their seat by calling the Jazeera Airways call center at 177.