Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Jazeera Airways quadruples its A320 aircrafts from 10 to 40

Dubai based Jazeera Airways have signed into a deal to buy 30 Airbus A320 aircrafts, which quadruples the Airline's total number of A320 aircrafts from 10 to 40.

This agreement was signed at a ceremony at the 47th International Paris Air Show.

“We have very ambitious growth plans at Jazeera Airways and Airbus has been a good partner for us all the way," said Marwan Boodai, Chairman of Jazeera Airways.

"We started operating in October 2005 with our first A320 aircraft and now we operate five. The A320 is proving to be an exceptional aircraft for us and for our growth plans,” he said.

Jazeera Airways is a Kuwait Public shareholding company established in 2004. It had placed its order for 10 Airbus A320 aircraft in June 2004 shortly after it completed its IPO.

This shows how the people of the world are demanding more and more comfortable Airlines. Gone are the days, when people were happpy, with just flying in an aeroplane. Now, people are looking for more and more comfort in their journey, which compells them the airlines to buy newer and newer aircrafts.
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