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Jazeera Airways celebrates Girgean with its passengers

Posted 13 June 2017 · Add Comment

Jazeera Airways has celebrated the annual Ramadan children's tradition by distributing specially designed Girgean boxes to children and families at Jazeera Airway's Check-in counters and the baggage zone.

As part of a well-established Kuwaiti tradition, young passengers en-route to their different destinations shared in the joy of candy and sweets’ giveaways aimed at spreading smiles all around during the most special time of the year.

Rohit Ramachandran, chief executive officer at Jazeera Airways said: “Girgean is  a special occasion for us and we feel privileged to pass on a this rich heritage to our passengers and their children who will carry on this wonderful Kuwaiti tradition in the future. Small acts of kindness and generosity are a powerful reminder of the positive impact we can all have in society. On behalf of Jazeera Airways, we wish Kuwait and its people a blessed Ramadan.”

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