Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways has partnered with Icelandic technology provider Dohop to launch Jazeera Global to enable passengers to book connections from Jazeera flights on to other airlines to various destinations.
The connections may be made in a single seamless transaction, on the Jazeera website and App.
With the help of Dohop’s API-based technology, Jazeera will have access to a network of airlines, including Turkey-based Pegasus Airlines, allowing customers to book tickets across airlines that do not have traditional interline or code-sharing agreements.
Initially there are 23 new destination options which connect with Jazeera flights including London, Amsterdam, Dusseldorf, Athens plus regional airports in Turkey.
Jazeera Airways Chief Executive Officer, Rohit Ramachandran, said: “This is a unique offering to help our passengers connect from Kuwait to destinations in Europe. We are pleased to be working with Dohop and their platform and look forward to expanding the service over time.”
“We are thrilled to be expanding our presence in the Middle East. Partnering with an innovative and forward-thinking airline like Jazeera only highlights the need for alternative interline solutions in international markets. We anticipate extending our collaboration with Jazeera as we enter the final quarter of 2022 and expanding their offering through additional partner connections,” said Sarah Hanan, Commercial Director at Dohop.
Jazeera Airways operates commercial and cargo flights out of its Jazeera Terminal T5 at Kuwait International Airport. The airline flies to 53 popular destinations across the Middle East, Central and South Asia, Africa and Europe comprising high-demand business, leisure and weekend destinations.