Kuwaiti hybrid carrier Jazeera Airways aims to massively increase its services to the Indian sub-continent as it expands over the next few years, CEO Rohit Ramachandran told ATW. Jazeera serves four Indian and one Pakistani destinations, but would like to “at least triple that,” he said. The airline is working with the Indian and Pakistani authorities to increase slot allocations, which “are currently maxed out.” Ultimately, he said, “We would like to fly to ...

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