The low-cost carrier expects Kuwait listing later this year; no new shares will be sold.
Low-cost air carrier Jazeera Airways expects to list shares on the Kuwait stock exchange in September, a spokesman said on Wednesday.
In September, Jazeera's shareholders approved a plan to double the firm's capital to 20 million dinars ($69 million) by selling stock to existing shareholders. No new shares will be sold in the market debut.
The airline, which made its first flight on Oct. 30, 2005, is still considering a listing in regional commercial hub Dubai, the spokesman said.
Jazeera Airways reported a net profit of $8.7 million for 2006, its first year of operations.
Jazeera would be the second Middle Eastern airline to list its stock after UAE-based Air Arabia, sold shares to the public in April.