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Jazeera Airways in sponsorship of Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Heritage Village

Posted 27 February 2017 · Add Comment

Jazeera Airways has announced its key sponsorship of the Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Heritage Village.

The village is part of the on-going sixth edition of the Gulf Popular Heritage Festival which takes place from 15 January to 15 March 2017 and reflects Kuwait’s cultural heritage and the shared amity and traditions with the GCC neighbors. 

As a proud Kuwaiti airline, Jazeera Airways continues to support activities that honor Kuwait’s culture and history and firmly believes in Kuwait’s and neighboring countries’ ability to unite over the bond of shared values and history. The Heritage Village provides fantastic educational opportunities and a wide range of fun activities for children and adults alike visiting from Kuwait and from across the region.

Dr. Mohamed Barakat, vice president marketing and product said, “Our partnership with Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Heritage Village is a matter of great honor for us and an ideal opportunity to celebrate Kuwait’s rich history across a magnificent event that promotes such rich cultural exchange while celebrating the true spirit of nationalism. We are extremely proud to be the very first airline to sponsor such a visionary project.”

 

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