Jazeera flies to 4 new summer hotspots
Kuwait, March 30, 2009
Jazeera Airways has announced an exciting schedule this sumer with the launch of flights to four new destinations in the Middle East region.
The exotic places in the summer list include the ancient Syrian city of Aleppo; Turkey’s Mediterranean resort city of Antalya; the stunning, Egyptian Red Sea resort of Hurghada, or ancient capital of Iran and ‘half of the world’ Isfahan.
Besides this, the previous summer-holiday favorites - the picturesque Larnaca in Cyprus, and Iran’s beautiful city of gardens, Shiraz, have also been included in the offer.
"To kick-start summer, Jazeera Airways is offering special low fares, including taxes, from midnight tonight until April 5 midnight, with the lowest fares available on jazeeraairways.com," Jazeera Airways’ chief commercial officer, Steven Greenway said.
The special summer fare offer can be used for travel between March 30 and October 24. The offer is also valid for travel to any of the airline’s existing 23 destinations.
'With the summer season fast approaching, Jazeera Airways realized that there’s no better way to plan for a well-deserved summer vacation, than by booking early and enjoying low fares to a variety of new and exciting destinations!,' Greenway noted.
'We continue to give our passengers freedom to fly - whether through existing low fares, great flight times or an ever increasing range of fantastic destinations, and we look forward to welcoming passengers aboard for a great summer!,' he added.
The flights can also be booked through the airline’s call centre or selected travel agents.-TradeArabia News Service
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