Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways turned in a group net profit of KD6.2 million ($20.5 million) for the first half of 2015, up 27.1% from KD4.9 million last time. Revenue was up by 0.8% at KD26.6 million. The privately owned carrier said capacity rose 1.3% and passenger numbers were up 5.5%. Load factor rose 4.1% to 70.1%. CFO Don Hubbard said the airline turned in another strong performance, despite the continuing turmoil in regional markets such as Syria and Iraq, together with increased ...

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