Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways substantially increased its profit figures for the 2019 first half, as the hybrid carrier continued to expand its route network and prepared to launch its first service to Europe. The airline reported a KD6.2 million ($20.4 million) net profit Aug. 5, more than four times greater than the KD1.4 million recorded for 1H 2018. Revenue rose 37.4% to KD47.3 million and passenger numbers grew by 20% to 1.1 million. One factor behind the improved figures is fleet ...

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