Jazeera Airways, based in Kuwait, and Airbus have agreed to buy 20 A320neo and eight A321neo aircraft. Jazeera Airways began operations in 2005 and has subsequently established itself as a regional leader.
From its home base in Kuwait, it operates regionally and internationally, serving the best destinations in the Middle East, Europe, and Asia. Kuwait Airways is committed to the country’s 2035 ambition of continued economic growth and transformation into a commercial hub.
“Jazeera Airways is happy to extend its long-term relationship with Airbus further with this substantial new order,” stated Marwan Boodai, Chairman of Jazeera Airways. By 2026, we will have essentially doubled the size of our current fleet to 35 aircraft.
In Q3, the airline made a great recovery from the epidemic, returning to profitability. We have exciting expansion plans in the works, which will help us contribute even more to Kuwait’s economy, particularly in the travel sector.”