Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways Group reported a third-quarter net profit of KD7.6 million ($26.9 million), up 24.6% year-over-year.
Jazeera Airways A320. Courtesy, Airbus Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways Group reported a third-quarter net profit of KD7.6 million ($26.9 million), up 24.6% year-over-year. Operating revenue rose 5.9% to KD20.4 million. The Group, which comprises Jazeera Airways (J9) and Sahaab Leasing, said this is the best quarter in its eight-year history despite continuing unrest in the region (ATW Daily News, Aug. 1). Nine-month net profit reached KD11.4 million—more than the carrier earned ...
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