Kuwaiti hybrid carrier Jazeera Airways has attributed an improvement in the traditionally weak 1Q figures to a combination of investments in improving passenger experience, a growing route network and higher asset utilization. The airline booked a net loss of KD0.3 million ($1 million), a 67% improvement on a loss of KD0.95 million a year ago. Turnover was markedly up—by almost 43% to KD14.3 million. Ancillary revenues grew 35%; in 2017 as Jazeera announced plans to reduce its ...

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