Jazeera Airways has welcomed its sixth Airbus A320neo aircraft, which landed at Kuwait International Airport on January 16.
The A320neo aircraft saves fuel and offers a longer range. It is built with quieter engines that emit less CO2 and guarantees additional payload and lower operating costs.
The aircraft boasts Jazeera Airways’ standard cabin configuration, including its signature leather seats.
CEO, Jazeera Airways, Rohit Ramachandran enthused on the news: “We are pleased to welcome our newest A320neo to our fleet as we continue to take delivery of our scheduled orders for 2021. Despite the headwinds driven by the global pandemic over the past year, we believe that travel will gradually return to normal thanks to the success of safety and health measures that are helping make travel safe for everyone.”
The Kuwait-based carrier now operates a fleet of 15 aircraft, inclusive of nine A320 models and six A320neos. Three additional A320neo models are expected to be delivered this year.