Kuwait's Jazeera Airways to launch Kuwait City-Moscow flights in February
MOSCOW. Jan 20 (Interfax) - Kuwait's Jazeera Airways plans to launch regular flights between Kuwait City and Moscow beginning on February 2, the press service of Moscow's Domodedovo Airport said in a statement.
The flights will operate four times a week through Domodedovo Airport, the press service said, noting that this is a unique destination for the Moscow air hub.
Founded in 2004, Jazeera Airways is the second national airline of Kuwait, operating regular flights to the Middle East, Nepal, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, and Europe. The carrier's fleet includes medium-haul Airbus A320s.