Jazeera Airways launch on-board convenience store

Thursday, June 6, 2019

Jazeera Airways, Kuwait's leading low-cost airline, operating regionally and internationally, today announced a partnership with the Kuwait-based convenience stores chain, Trolley, to provide a complete on-board convenience store experience for passengers flying with the airline.

With over 100 unique items, the on-board convenience store will cover personal and children care, food and beverages, games, skin care, electronics and others.

Commenting on the new service, Jazeera Airways CEO, Rohit Ramachandran, said: “We continue at Jazeera Airways to bring convenience to our customers, making their travel experience more enjoyable. We have the pleasure today to be partnering with Trolley which has become a leading service provider in Kuwait, to introduce their wide range of travel-related retail products on-board all our flights.”

The on-board convenience store will be available for Business and Economy Class passengers, in addition to the on-board duty free shop.

Trolley Co-Founder and CEO, Mohammed Boodai, said: “We are glad to be the first in the Middle East to introduce a unique concept of convenience store in the sky. Trolley will be serving its versatile range on-board Jazeera Airways to enable passengers to buy what they need while travelling. It gives me immense pleasure to be working with Jazeera and taking both Kuwaiti brands to new heights.”

Trolley is a chain of convenience stores that opens shop at proximity of customers in unique locations such as universities, gas stations, malls and today, on flights.

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jinu simon john
Tuesday, June 11, 2019

You purchased a one way ticket.
You call it low cost carrier on the first page show of ticket amount , then when you add up the taxes. its similar to the normal other carriers in Kuwait , Its just a marketing technique.

Saturday, June 8, 2019
Hi.. I just purchased ticket from Jazeera for KD 32.500.. :/ ........

Wednesday, June 5, 2019
First of all, please dont mention Jazeera as low cost airline. Low cost means tickets should be 30KD or 40 KD which was the case before 2011. Today their tickets are similar to Kuwait Airways etc. Last year I purchased ticket for 90KD. I dont understand when its not low cost, it cant even afford to give passengers who are paying more than 80 KD per passenger to provide them snacks worth 1kd?

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