Kuwait’s Jazeera Airways took delivery of its ninth Airbus A320neo aircraft from Airbus in Toulouse, bringing the airline’s fleet to a total of 17 aircraft.
Jazeera is moving towards operating a fleet comprising more environment-friendly neo model aircraft. This week the airline announced its partnership with CHOOOSE, the Norwegian climate and technology company, to enable customers to offset their carbon emissions.
The A320neo has a range of benefits which include 18 per cent fuel-saving, longer range flights, and quieter engines with 50 per cent less CO2 emissions. All delivered aircraft are fitted with the airline’s standard cabin configuration including its signature leather seats.
Jazeera Airways Chief Executive Officer, Rohit Ramachandran, said: “As we take delivery of our final A320neo aircraft in the orderbook, we look forward to continue expanding our network and offer our customers more destinations. The expansion will also be supported by our recently announced order with Airbus for twenty A320neos, eight A321neos and 5 further options.”