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Jazeera Airways commemorates Kuwait's National and Liberation days

Posted 22 February 2017 · Add Comment

Jazeera Airways has embellished an aircraft from its leet and dedicated gates at Kuwait International Airport with the national colours of patriotism to commemorate Kuwait's National and Liberation days.

The Airbus with registration CAJ is furnished with the Kuwaiti flags alongside captivating text that reads ‘daaam 3eezik ya Kuwait' as a gesture of airline’s pride of the Kuwaiti heritage and liberation. Epitomizing Kuwaiti culture in their approach to airline hospitality and service, Jazeera Airways has played its part in the country’s economic growth and is presently one of the largest operators at Kuwait airport.

Dr. Mohammed Barakat, VP marketing and product said: “As a proud Kuwaiti airline, we are committed to supporting the country through our growing business and as we move forward, we continue looking back at our history and the wonderful journey Kuwait has travelled since the Independence and Liberation Days.  This month is a reflection of the Kuwaiti peoples’ will to prevail and we are honoured to be part of such a great nation."

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