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Jazeera Airways unveils new crew uniforms on its 12th anniversary

Posted 11 October 2017 · Add Comment

Jazeera Airways has unveiled a brand new livery for its fleet, new cabin interiors and stylish new crew uniforms ahead of new route launches.

The new livery will feature 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.

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. And the new interiors reflect the airline’s commitment to offering the best product for short-haul travelers in the Middle East. The stylish new uniforms complete our new look which will be a source of pride for our crew as they deliver a great service to our customers."

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. We’ve invested in new facilities for travelers, including the first remote check-in service in Kuwait; Park & Fly, new website and booking apps, and self-check-in facilities. All leading up to today’s announcement of our in-flight investment and the coming launch of our dedicated state-of-the-art terminal at KIA.”

The new terminal with its award-winning design will offer short and long-term parking, valet services and a baggage home-delivery service, in addition to multiple check-in options including conventional check-in counters, self check-in bag drops, remote check-in, mobile check-in, and an electronic immigration pass.

In July, Jazeera Airways launched a new brand identity, a new website, and mobile platforms.

Jazeera Airways CEO Rohit Ramachandran said, “Our new booking and travel experience ushers Jazeera Airways into a new phase of network growth and starts a conversation with the new regional travelers, who are young, practical, spontaneous, and connected. This new travel segment appreciates Jazeera's efficiency, reliability, and great value fares. The new regional traveler segment is fundamentally changing the Middle East’s travel market and Jazeera Airways is well-positioned to capitalize on this segment and ahead of our peers.”

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