Jazeera Airways has announced a new record in its cargo business having successfully carried one million kilograms of cargo in the month of July 2021 alone, its highest ever since the launch of its cargo operations in April of 2020.
The airline has transported fresh meats, fresh fish, fruits and vegetables, medical supplies, pharmaceutical equipment, flowers, courier and garments.
Jazeera made its fleet available for full cargo flights from the beginning of the global pandemic, enabling Kuwait to secure its needs in produce, medical supplies and other commodities.
Jazeera Airways Chief Executive Officer, Rohit Ramachandran, said: “This is a new milestone for Jazeera, and another testament for its resilience and flexibility in adapting to changing fundamentals in the aviation industry.
“Our team did a phenomenal job at securing the necessary certifications from Kuwait-Directorate General of Civil Aviation and from Airbus, and at operating the cargo flights.
“We would also like to compliment our cargo partner, World Cargo Solutions, for their great cooperation and support.”