Jazeera Airways, the Kuwait-based low-cost airline, is another interesting concept.
It currently operates two A320 aircraft in a 165-seat layout to 5 destinations: Amman (3x weekly); Bahrain (daily); Beirut (daily); Damascus (daily); and Dubai (daily).
Do you know which destinations will be next?
Its cabin apparently features "sumptuous leather." Judging by its photos, it certainly seems nice - and nowhere near low-cost-like. Is this true in reality or merely the way in which the photos were taken?
Jezeera's passengers can "choose and buy from a wide range of delicious snacks, sandwiches and beverages on board the aircraft" and it does not carry cargo. Are its prices expensive or good value (and thus likely to result in you buying more)?
Its website is: http://www.jazeeraairways.com/Default.aspx
Have you ever flown this airline? If so, what was your experience like? Was your flight punctual? Any info. is greatly received.
Auxiliary revenue generation is essential for low-cost airlines. Do you have any idea how it is performing to this end?
Is it profitable? Can you provide proof?
How can you book a flight? Merely through its website or in travel agencies? Or perhaps, like Air Deccan (when I was last in India), in petrol stations?
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