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Kuwaiti low-cost airline Jazeera Airways has taken delivery of what is hailed as the first Airbus A320neo aircraft to arrive in the Middle East.

Jazeera Airways officially inaugurated the Jazeera terminal (T5) at Kuwait International Airport, announcing that it is due to start welcoming passengers through the terminal starting May 22.

Jazeera Airways revealed Mumbai, India as the latest addition to its growing network of Indian routes, set to be operational from May 09.

Seeking to provide travellers with a wider variety of leisure destinations, Jazeera Airways is launching three weekly flights to Tbilisi, Georgia from an anticipated date of June 13.

Jazeera Airways announced its financial results for the first quarter of the year.

Jazeera Airways, Kuwait’s low-cost airline, launched new direct flights to Medina.

Kochi has become Jazeera Airways’ third route in India, following its recent Hyderabad and Ahmedabad launches.

Jazeera Airways recently inaugurated flights to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, Ahmedabad.

On November 19, Jazeera Airways began operating daily flights to Hyderabad from Kuwait. Kochi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad will follow in early 2018 as the airline expands its network to serve its Indian sub-continent, targeting the nearly one million Indian nationals residing in Kuwait.

Jazeera Airways reported an operating profit of KWD8.3 million (USD27.42 million) during the third quarter of the year (Q3), up 37.8 percent from the same period in 2016, and a net profit of KWD8.2 million (USD27.09 million), reflecting a growth of 35.6 percent, despite a 25 percent increase in fuel costs.