Kuwaiti hybrid carrier Jazeera Airways has suspended plans to seek a long-haul partner, and will instead pursue more opportunities in the Indian subcontinent, according to Bloomberg, citing Jazeera chairman Marwan Boodai as he unveiled a rebranding exercise for the airline. Jazeera operates a fleet of seven Airbus A320s on regional services around the Middle East. The Kuwait-based airline has been searching for a joint-venture partner, and has held talks with several potential allies as ...

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