Jazeera Airways” announced the launch of a new flight line to the tourist city of Trabzon in Turkey, starting from the third of August, with two round trips and weekly flights, on Monday and Friday.
With these new flights, Jazeera Airways has resumed operating 11 weekly flights to four airports in Turkey, namely Istanbul International Airport, Sabiha Gokcen International Airport, Milas Bodrum Airport, and for the first time, Trabzon Airport.
“We are very happy to launch a new destination to one of the most famous tourist cities in Turkey after the commercial flights stopped for more than four months from Kuwait International Airport,” said Rohit Ramachandran, CEO of the company.
He added, “Turkey has always been a wonderful and highly demanding destination for tourism, so it was natural for us to start operating trips to one of its cities in order for our customers to explore the rich historical, tourist and cultural attractions that characterize this destination on the Black Sea coast.”
Trabzon is located in the northeast of Turkey, where it has unique views of the Black Sea.
The city is famous for its historical monuments such as Hagia Sophia, Trabzon Castle and Al-Fatih Mosque, in addition to many mosques, public gardens and distinguished museums.
The nature in Trabzon is unique in its mountains that appear to be diving in the Black Sea, and from where various restaurants can be enjoyed with their Turkish dishes.
With the resumption of commercial flights from Kuwait International Airport starting from the first of August, Jazeera Airways has taken all safety and precaution measures on board its aircraft and in the Jazeera T5 passenger terminal to ensure the safety of passengers.
According to the new procedures to facilitate the registration process and reduce congestion, passengers are required to register boarding on the island through the Al-Jazeera website or application, and then download the boarding pass or print it from the site.
Registration and baggage delivery service is also available 48 hours before the flight departure time, in the parking lots of T5 Building, where passengers can hand their bags and receive the boarding pass. On the day of departure, passengers can go directly to the passport offices.
Jazeera Airways implements a comprehensive anti-virus disinfection program by spraying and disinfecting the cabin after each flight using high pressure and anti-virus disinfection sprays on the seats and throughout the cabin, as internationally approved antiseptic chemicals that are fully safe for all passengers are used.
Air filters are also replaced regularly with the plane to remove dust, allergens, bacteria, viruses, and other harmful particles. The constant airflow inside the cabin ensures that the air is purified every 90 minutes throughout the flight.
The cabin crew on Jazeera Airways wears protective suits that are cleared before boarding and after disembarking.
Passengers are required to wear medical masks and gloves at all times. With the support of local nonprofits, each passenger receives a prepackaged protective package and snacks to avoid the risk of contamination.
In the interest of social space, the island T5 passenger terminal is equipped with special signs on the ground so that passengers can maintain a safe distance between them.