Kuwait, June 29, 2021: Rolling out its summer schedule with favorite destinations for tourists from Kuwait and the Middle East, Jazeera Airways today announced that services to Beirut will resume on June 30 with scheduled flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Flights are scheduled to leave Kuwait at 7:00 pm and arrive in Beirut at 10:10 pm. Flights from Beirut leave at 11:10 pm, enabling vaccinated travelers to enjoy an extended weekend in the Lebanese capital.

Jazeera Chief Executive Officer, Rohit Ramachandran, said: “We are excited for the return of flights to a favorite summer destination for tourists and travellers visiting family and friends. Beirut was one of the first destinations operated by Jazeera Airways back in 2006, and demand for the capital remains strong. Our fully vaccinated pilots and cabin crew look forward to welcoming customers on board the Beirut flights.”

Flights to and from Beirut include 40 kilograms in free baggage, and fares start at KD49 one way.

Flights Schedule Between Kuwait and Beirut




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Wednesday and Saturday



07:35 pm

10:10 pm

Wednesday and Saturday



11:10 pm

01:45 am

Passengers should review Covid-19 regulations before booking to ensure compliance with local regulations on vaccination and PCR test certificates.

Travel Advisory for Passengers Traveling to Beirut

Passengers arriving in Beirut are not required to quarantine. Passengers who have been vaccinated for over 15 days and children under the age of 12 years are not subject to a PCR test on arrival. Non-vaccinated passengers will be subject to a PCR test on arrival and quarantine until a negative result is announced. All passengers are required to register on https://covid.pcm.gov.lb/impactmobile/curfew in addition to downloading the “Covidlebtrack” mobile app.

Travel Advisory for Passengers Leaving and Returning to Kuwait

Passengers travelling out of Kuwait should ensure they carry their vaccination certificate if they hold a Kuwaiti citizenship, while passengers holding all other nationalities will need to present their vaccination or PCR test certificate. At the time of this announcement, entry into Kuwait is presently limited to passengers holding a Kuwaiti citizenship, their first-degree relatives and domestic workers. Starting August 1, 2021, new regulations for entry to have been announced by the Government of Kuwait, mandating that returning residents have valid proof of vaccination. Passengers are requested to review these regulations to ensure they comply with local regulations.

Safety Measures

Jazeera has also implemented many other measures to ensure the safety of passengers since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Its expanding fleet of Airbus A320neo aircraft are all equipped with hospital grade HEPA air filters. Every safety and precautionary measure is also a standard today on its aircraft and at Jazeera Terminal T5 in Kuwait.