Airbus has signed a memorandum of understanding with Jazeera Airways, the Kuwait-based provider, for 20 A320neos and eight A321neos.
The deal was signed by Rohit Ramachandran, Jazeera Airways chief govt, and Christian Scherer, Airbus chief industrial officer and head of Airbus Worldwide, on the Dubai Air Present.
Marwan Boodai, chairman Jazeera Airways, mentioned: “Jazeera Airways is happy to increase its long-term relationship with Airbus additional with this vital new order.
“We’ll successfully double our present fleet dimension to 35 plane by 2026.
“The airline has pulled out of the pandemic strongly in quarter three with a return to profitability.
“We’ve thrilling enlargement plans forward, which can additional increase our contribution to the Kuwait financial system and particularly the journey sector.”
Jazeera Airways commenced operations in 2005.
It operates regionally and internationally serving Center East, Europe and Asia.
“We’re proud to increase our partnership with Jazeera Airways by way of this newest settlement which can add a further 28 Airbus plane to its all-Airbus fleet,” mentioned Christian Scherer, Airbus chief industrial officer and head of Airbus Worldwide.
“The A320neo Household is no doubt the very best platform to assist Jazeera Airways’ development plans.
“That is the proper illustration of how Airbus helps escort the expansion of its profitable clients.”