Jazeera Airways ended 2020 with a cash balance of KD19,7 million; a solid sign of how the company managed to navigate through a very tough and exceptional year and a confirmation of Jazeera’s solid and stable cash position.
Jazeera Airways today announced its earnings for the third quarter (Q3) of this year, which continues to be affected by restrictions imposed on travel due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Jazeera Airways recently announced the launch of service to the capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka, offering direct flights between Kuwait and Dhaka as well as transit flights to cities in the Middle East.
Served on the Airbus A320neo aircraft, the airline will land at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport and will operate flights on Tuesdays and Thursdays from Kuwait and Wednesdays and Thursdays from Dhaka.
Rohit Ramachandran, CEO, Jazeera Airways said, “We are extremely pleased to be able to open up a route to Dhaka as we climb back out of the difficult times we have all been through. It shows the strength of our airline that we are able to expand our network at this time. We are now able to serve the Bangladeshi community in Kuwait with a direct service and look forward to increasing our frequencies in the future.’’
Jazeera Airways appointed the Galaxy Group in Bangladesh to handle local sales. Managing Director Ahmed Yusuf Walid said, “We are delighted to partner with Jazeera Airways. We see a huge opportunity for flights to Kuwait but also connecting our customers to Saudi Arabia and other destinations in the region.’’
Jazeera Airways has launched ‘Duo Seat’ that enables passengers to book the middle seat next to them in addition to their seat when travelling, giving passengers more comfort and security on their flight.
Jazeera Airways recently announced its earnings for the first half (H1) of this year, which was affected by the Covid-19 pandemic for the majority of the period.
Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, has resumed its direct flights to and from Kuwait with scheduled operations which stared from August 01.
Jazeera Airways today announced that it is offering 50,000 free round-trip tickets to frontline heroes fighting the Covid-19 pandemic in the State of Kuwait.
In a continued support to the efforts of the State of Kuwait in the fight against Covid-19, Jazeera Airways converted its Park & Fly facility in record time for free use by the Ministry of Health to perform the first drive-through virus tests in Kuwait.
Millennium Central Kuwait Downtown, situated at the heart of Kuwait City in a walking distance from the financial and business district, partnered with Rotana for the fourth consecutive years to host their musicians and production teams participating in Hala February concerts.
Jazeera Airways, Kuwait's leading low-cost airline, operating regionally and internationally, recently announced that it will launch the airline’s first service to Sharjah on April 02, marking its third destination in the UAE.