Jazeera Airways reports profits in operational performance

Jazeera Airways recently released its July 2014 operational performance report, which shows an increase in flown passengers on routes serving Istanbul, Cairo, Jeddah, Sharm El Sheikh and Sohag. The airline issued its operational performance report on both a monthly and annual basis. The Report is based on official figures and statistics from Kuwait’s Directorate General for Civil Aviation (DGCA).

The airline’s report also showed an on-time performance of 94%. The airline also witnessed a 129% increase in flown passengers on the Kuwait-Istanbul route from July 2013, and grabbed a three percent market share on the route. The airline serves the city’s primary airport, Istanbul Atatürk Airport (IST) with five flights a week. Flown passengers on the Kuwait-Jeddah route increased in July 2014 by five percent from July 2013. The airline grabbed a 20% market share on the route.

The airline also saw an increase of flown passengers on three of the routes serving Egypt. Jazeera Airways serves six cities in Egypt. Flown passengers on the route serving Cairo increased by 12% from July 2013, and increased by 19% on the route serving Sharm El Sheikh and by 71% on the route serving Sohag.

The airline led on the route serving Luxor with a 61% market share, and grabbed a 24% market share on the Kuwait-Cairo route, a 19% market share on the Kuwait-Alexandria route, a 45% market share on the Kuwait-Sohag route and a 54% market share on the Kuwait-Sharm El Sheikh.

On routes serving the Levant, the airline grabbed a 34% market share on the Kuwait-Amman route, and a 29% market share on the Kuwait-Beirut route. The airline also grabbed a nine percent market share on the Kuwait-Dubai route, a six percent market share on the Kuwait-Bahrain route, a seven percent market share on the Kuwait-Riyadh route, a 20% market share on the Kuwait-Mashhad route.