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Jazeera Airways carried 2.6 percent more passengers in the first nine months of the year than in the corresponding period in 2015.

Consequently, load factor for the period under review climbed 1.8 percent.

Nevertheless, the carrier's improved operational performance proved to be insufficient to offset to a 8.8 percent decline in operating revenue and a 9.7 percent drop in net profit to KWD12 million (USD39.7 million).

To enhance the customer experience, the Kuwaiti airline launched a major product enhancement programme in February, called The Next Big Thing.

The initiative includes a dedicated remote check-in and long-term parking facility, in-flight broadband service, a dedicated terminal and business class lounge at Kuwait International Airport.

The low-cost carrier is currently also looking to expand its network to include key long-haul destinations by partnering with an international operator.