Jazeera Airways, Kuwait’s leading budget airline with flight services available within the region and beyond, had announced last June 7 that it will officially launch its Fly & Ride transport bus which can service passengers from 17 designated stops in residential areas within the city and to the Jazeera terminal (T5).
The Ride & Fly double-decker buses have been designed to provide excellent transport services and comfort to all passengers. The transport service enables passengers to check in on board the bus, and their baggage tagged and collected accordingly for easy and organized transit and drop-off at the Jazeera terminal. The passengers will then be guided to proceed to the passport control desks.
Jazeera’s Ride & Fly Transport Bus Service Is Now Linked to New Terminal Location
According to the CEO of Jazeera Airways, Rohit Ramachandran, the Ride & Fly service is among one of the many innovations developed by the budget flight carrier to provide a more mobile and convenient way for passengers to check-in for their flight. This means, that from the time you board the bus and after you get off at the airport, you no longer have to worry about rummaging through your stuff to prepare your flight documents because everything has already been processed en route to your flight. All you need to do is to walk through the terminal upon arrival at the airport.
The transport service is available in two routes: the first being in Khansa Street in Salmiya, and the second one being in Dabbous Street in Fahaleel. The Ride & Fly transport service is available for flights bound for Cairo (J9 534, J9 538 and J9 1538); Mumbai (J9 602); Alexandria (J9 552, J9 554 and J9 550); Hyderabad (J9 608); and Sohag (J9 562).
Passengers may contact 177 (Jazeera Airways call centre) for the reservation of their seats.
To know more about Jazeera Airlines’ Ride & Fly Service, flight schedule and routes, click here.
Here’s a video of the Ride & Fly transport service