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Kuwits' Jazeera Airways Q3 Profit Rises
Jazeera Airways Says LEAP Engine Was Sold For $17 Mln
Jazeera Airways Signs Contract With ALAFCO For Lease Of Three Aircraft
Jazeera Airways Co KSCP is a Kuwait-based public shareholding company engaged in the business of air transportation and commercial passenger services. The Company operates in two business segments: Passenger airline service and Leasing of aircraft. The Company operates a fleet of Airbus A320 aircrafts flying to 18 destinations across the Middle East, including Dubai, Bahrain, Beirut, Alexandria, Amman, Damascus, Istanbul, Sharm El Sheikh, Assiut, Aleppo, Deir Ezzor, Luxor, Mashhad, Sohag, Jeddah, Riyadh, Kuwait and Cairo. The Company has two wholly owned subsidiaries, Al Sahaab Aircraft Leasing Company WLL, a Kuwait limited liability company engaged in leasing of aircraft and engines, and Sahaab Aviation LLC (Trustor).
Kuwait International Airport Building
Airprt Rd 55 Cmprd to Hall Ceremonies
P.O. Box 29288 Liberty City Safat
Marwan Marzouq Jasem Boodai
Chairman of the Board
Marzouq Jasem Marzouq Boodai
Vice Chairman of the Board, representing Bait Alakhdar Real Estate Co
Chief Financial Officer
Abdullah Al Hudaid
Chief Operating Officer, Accountable Manager
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Kuwait's Jazeera Airways <JAZK.KW> is unhappy with delivery delays of Airbus <AIR.PA> aircraft and has no plans to place an order at this week's Dubai Airshow, its chief executive said.
Jazeera Airways is not happy with Airbus production delays that have delayed delivery of aircraft to the airline and it has not plans to place an aircraft order at this week's Dubai Airshow, its chief executive said.
An eight-month crisis over the grounding of Boeing's 737 MAX jets and widespread industrial delays are setting an unpredictable backdrop to next week's Dubai Airshow, with some airlines reviewing fleet plans even as others look for bargains.
Kuwait's Jazeera Airways <JAZK.KW> will decide on a new order for 22-25 narrow body jets by early 2020, its chief executive said on Monday, adding that they will be for either the Airbus A320 NEO or Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
Kuwait's Jazeera Airways has put immediate aircraft order plans on hold in favour of expanding its fleet through aircraft leases, its chief executive said on Monday.
* Aircraft order request for proposal to be issued by end Feb
Kuwaiti budget carrier Jazeera Airways filled around 74.5 percent of its available seats in 2017, a year-on-year increase of 5.5 percentage points, its chief executive said on Wednesday.
Kuwaiti budget carrier Jazeera Airways is likely to place an aircraft order next year to expand and replace a fleet of around 15 jets, its chief executive said on Wednesday.
Qatar's stock market may continue rebounding on Tuesday after the main index hit a five-year low last week, while telecommunications companies with Iraqi exposure could slip further.
* Dubai-listed GFH climbs after unit raises $50 mln in new fund
Petrochemical shares boosted Saudi Arabia's bourse in early trade on Sunday after oil prices firmed at the end of last week, while small and mid-sized stocks were the main movers on other Gulf markets.
Gulf stock markets could move higher on Sunday, fuelled by a strong rebound in oil prices last week and sentiment on global exchanges that is generally positive.
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