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Jazeera Airways to service Istanbul Atatürk Airport

Dubai: Jazeera Airways said on Monday that it will launch five flights per week to Istanbul Atatürk Airport, starting from May 2.

The airline will serve the city through its primary airport instead of the Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, which the airline has serviced for six years.

Jazeera Airways will increase the number of return flights to the city from three flights per week to five per week, according to a statement.

Last year, the number of passengers between Kuwait and Istanbul was up 51 per cent compared to 2012.