Low-cost carrier Jazeera Airways has announced a partnership with Kuwait-based convenience chain, Trolley, to provide an onboard retail experience for passengers.
With over 100 unique items, the on-board convenience store will include personal and children care, food and beverages, games, skin care, and electronics, a statement said.
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 onboard convenience store will be available for Business and Economy Class passengers, in addition to the onboard duty-free shop.
Trolley co-founder and CEO, Mohammed Boodai, added: “We are glad to be the first in the Middle East to introduce a unique concept of a 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.”
Trolley is a chain of convenience stores that opens shops in locations such as universities, gas stations and malls.
Source: Arabian Business