New aircraft look will be rolled out across fleet during the next 3 months, says airline
Jazeera Airways on Tuesday unveiled a new livery for its fleet, new cabin interiors and crew uniforms ahead of new route launches.
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.
The new livery will feature tailfin designs unique to each aircraft in the airline’s fleet, it added.
The airline is based in Kuwait and operates a fleet of seven Airbus A320s with a network of 20 destinations.
Jazeera Airways chairman Marwan Boodai said: “Today is an exciting day for the Middle East’s aviation sector, our staff, and our customers. The new livery provides the airline with a modern and dynamic image to support the continued growth of the airline’s business, as we expand to new markets."
Boodai added: “Today’s event is the latest initiative in a series of back-to-back investments to enhance our business proposition and offer more value for our customers, both in-flight and on-ground. It has been an exciting few years for our people and our customers." and the coming launch of our dedicated state-of-the-art terminal at KIA.”
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.
In July, Jazeera Airways launched a new brand identity, a new website, and mobile platforms.