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Jazeera Airways reports improved operation performance

Posted 14 April 2013 · Add Comment

Award-winning Jazeera Airways today issued its February 2013 Operational Performance Report, revealing an increasing number of passengers on routes that serve Amman, Assiut, Dubai, Jeddah, Luxor, Mashhad, and Sohag, and that the airline has maintained high market shares on other key routes.

The monthly report, which presents market share figures based on official statistics from Kuwait’s Directorate General for Civil Aviation (DGCA), showed that Jazeera Airways was the leading airline serving the Egyptian destinations of Assiut, Luxor, and Sohag.
Jazeera Airways’ February market share on these routes was 56%, 73%, and 50% respectively. When comparing these market shares with the same month from last year, the airline’s market share on the Kuwait-Assiut route saw an increase of 10%, the Kuwait-Luxor increased by 6% and the Kuwait-Sohag route increased by 14%.
As for high demand tourist and business destinations, Jazeera Airways was once again the leading Kuwaiti airline serving Beirut from Kuwait with a 38% market share, Bahrain with an 11% market share, Dubai with a 14% market share, and Amman with a 34% market share.
Passengers also increased from February 2012 on routes serving Amman, Dubai, Jeddah and Mashhad, respectively by: 7%, 6%, 28% and 49%. Jazeera Airways’ market share on the Kuwait-Jeddah route increased by 5% from February 2012.

Jazeera Airways’ monthly report for February 2013 also showed that the airline continued to lead in on-time performance (OTP) against all other airlines in the Middle East with a 94.35% performance, as ranked by the independent US-based OTP tracker FlightStats. 

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