Award-winning airline Jazeera Airways, the largest airline serving the Middle East out of Kuwait, issued its April 2012 operational performance report, which showed that the airline has continued to grab leading market shares on its network.
The airline was also the leader in on-time performance in the Middle and North Africa as per FlightStats, the global flight and trip tracker, which scored the airline at 96.52% in on-time performance for the month.
The today-issued report based on data from Kuwait's Directorate General for Civil Aviation (DGCA), showed that Jazeera Airways was the leading airline between Kuwait and Amman, and between Kuwait and five Egyptian cities: Alexandria, Assiut, Luxor, Sharm El Sheikh and Sohag.
The airline captured a 40% share on the Kuwait-Amman route during the month, a 35% market share on the Kuwait-Alexandria route, a 47% market share on the Kuwait-Assiut route, a 64% on the Kuwait-Luxor route, a 56% market share on the Kuwait-Sharm El Sheikh route, and 39% market share on the Kuwait-Sohag route.
The airline also increases its market share on the Kuwait-Cairo route to 26%, an all-time high since it first launched the route on May 18, 2011.
The report also showed that the airline was the leading Kuwaiti airline on routes between Kuwait and Beirut, Bahrain and Dubai.
Jazeera Airways grabbed a 37% market share on the Kuwait-Beirut route, a 12% market share on the Kuwait-Bahrain route, and a 16% market share on the Kuwait-Dubai route.
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