Travel in Kazakhstan has returned to normal and Jazeera Airways began its expansion by launching its first flight to the country’s capital, Almaty, on December 1. Flights between Kuwait and Kazakhstan have never before been offered, which means that demand for new tourist destinations and trade opportunities are high.
“Jazeera continues to expand to unique destinations that are rarely served by other airlines in our region,” said Rohit Ramachandran, CEO of Jazeera Airways. As a result, we’re providing more options and value for visitors to Kazakhstan’s vast landscape, rich culture, and advanced economy.”
This direct service will “absolutely contribute to strengthening economic and political relations between both countries,” the Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Kuwait Azamat Berdibay said in a statement.
It’s the ninth-largest country in the world, with a total land area of 2.7 million square kilometres. This makes Kazakhstan an ideal location for a wide range of types of tourism such as eco-tourism, eco-tourism, adventure tourism, food tourism, and cultural tourism. The country also caters to families, offering a variety of family-friendly activities and attractions. With a thriving oil industry, Kazakhstan’s trade and industrial sectors are also full of potential.
In order to ensure compliance with local vaccination and PCR test certificate requirements, passengers should review Covid-19 regulations prior to booking.
At the Dubai Airshow, Jazeera signed a deal with Airbus for 28 new planes: 20 A320neos and eight A321neos. List prices place the value of the order at over $3.3 billion.