Jazeera Airways announces resumption of flights from Bhairahawa airport
Jazeera Airways of Kuwait is resuming its flights to Gautam Buddha International Airport in Bhairahawa.
Issuing a statement on Wednesday, the airline said it will conduct three weekly flights from Bhairawaha from March 9.
The airways has announced a special starting introductory one-way fare of Rs 28,836 from Bhairahawa to Kuwait.
Jazeera Airways is the first airline to carry out regular international flights from and to the airport since its inauguration in 2022. The company on December 21 halted regular flights citing low visibility. Following that, the airport is virtually shut.
- Minister Dr Mahat pledges to work for boosting up economic confidence
- Trump indictment explained: Can he still run for President in 2024? Will he surrender to authorities?
- Bollywood actress Parineeti Chopra planning to marry youngest MP Raghav Chadha
- India: Navjot Singh Sidhu likely to be released from Patiala jail on April 1