In pictures: Kuwait's Jazeera Airways unveils its new livery
The new livery features eye-catching tailfin designs unique to each aircraft in the airline's fleet, giving each aircraft its own identity while being united under the airline's new brand.
Jazeera Airways on Tuesday unveiled a new livery for its fleet, new cabin interiors and crew uniforms ahead of new route launches. (L-R) Jazeera Airways, Chairman, Marwan Boodai and Director General of Civil Aviation Eng. Yousef Sulaiman Al Fouzan with Jazeera Airways and Airport Security Director Major General Waleed Al-Saleh unveil the new look of the aircraft. The aircraft livery and cabin interiors will be rolled out across the fleet during the next three months and completed by the end of the year, while travellers will begin to see the new uniforms immediately, the airline said in a statement. (R-L) Jazeera Airways, CEO, Rohit Ramachandran; Jazeera Airways Chairman Marwan Boodai and Director General of Civil Aviation Eng. Yousef Sulaiman Al Fouzan with Jazeera Airways cabin crew in their new uniforms. Jazeera Airways Chairman Mr. Marwan Boodai during his speech. The new livery will feature tailfin designs unique to each aircraft in the airline’s fleet, it added. A new dedicated terminal at Kuwait International Airport is also in the pipeline offering short and long-term parking, valet services and a baggage home-delivery service, in addition to multiple check-in options.