Award winning airline Jazeera Airways today issued its operational performance report for the month of November 2010, which showed that it has once again continued to capture a leading market share among Kuwaiti airlines on the majority of routes it served in November 2010, with the exception of the Kuwait-Jeddah and Kuwait-Riyadh routes, where it has lower seat-allocation restrictions compared to other Kuwaiti airlines.
The today-issued report is based on data from Kuwait's Directorate General for Civil Aviation (DGCA).
Jazeera Airways continued to be the airline with largest market share on highly competitive routes in the Middle East, including the Kuwait-Beirut route with a 28% market share, the Kuwait-Amman route with a 34% market share, the Kuwait-Alexandria route with a 49% market share, and the Kuwait-Damascus route with a 41% market share.
The report also showed that Jazeera Airways was the largest Kuwaiti operator on business and weekend destinations as well, capturing a 16% market share on the Kuwait-Dubai route, and 20% market share on the Kuwait-Bahrain route.
Winner of Arabian Business Magazine’s ‘Best in Aviation 2010’ award and Gold Winner of Magnum Opus 2010 awards, Jazeera Airways operates to 17 destinations across the Middle East and North Africa during the winter season of 2010/2011.