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Kuwait - Kuwaiti airline operator Jazeera Airways conducted its first all-cargo flight between Kuwait and Riyadh on April 15.

The flight was carried out as part of the airline's goal to expand its cargo capacity as all passenger flights were suspended due to the global pandemic.

The airline assigned its all 14 Airbus A320 aircraft in the fleet for cargo-only flights with a capacity of 15 tons per aircraft, within a range of six hours flying time from Kuwait.

Jazeera Airways has also secured approval from Kuwait’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation to carry cargo in the main cabin. Destination airports are subject to regulatory approvals from the host country.

 “In this challenging business environment, we have adapted quickly to focus on cargo opportunities. We are pleased to be able to serve companies and institutions with our cargo services, ensuring vital food and other supplies are brought into Kuwait,’’

Jazeera Airways Chief Executive Officer, Rohit Ramachandran, said.
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