Kuwait Airways has announced the addition of 17 new destinations to its existing 40, bringing the total number of destinations to 57, with service beginning in May.
Malaga, Moscow, Sarajevo, Nice, Salalah, Sharm El Sheikh, Sohag, Alexandria, Mykonos, Bodrum, Trabzon, Vienna, Madrid, Casablanca, Manchester, Kathmandu, and Kuala Lumpur will be among the additional destinations served by Kuwait Airways.
In this regard, KAC’s Chief Executive Officer, Engineer Maen Razouqi (above) stated, “Kuwait Airways is pleased to announce the operation of 17 new destinations to link Kuwait to the world, which comes within the framework of the Company’s preparations for the summer season that will witness a remarkable recovery in the movement of travel around the world.
This is in addition to the fact that Kuwait Airways has selected a variety of destinations that are among the most important that the Company focuses on, due to its high demand for it by our customers of all segments, whether with the intentions of tourism, business or education.”
Razouqi added, “This is also part of Kuwait Airways’ tireless efforts to provide passengers on its aircraft with more direct options to meet their travel requirements and to provide them better services by launching new destinations and various services.”
Razouqi emphasized the Company’s commitment to achieving the highest levels of excellence in the services it provides to its passengers, as well as improving and developing all services to keep up with the latest developments in the global aviation sector, as well as achieving its desired objectives and providing the best solutions to customers.
It is worth noting that the launch of Kuwait Airways’ new destinations is part of KAC’s strategy, which includes a thorough examination of the routes’ feasibility and benefits to the company, as well as addressing the growing demand for these new sectors that are vital to customers.
Kuwait Airways is also eager to assist its passengers and provide them with every convenience possible during their flight; from making reservations for customers through all available channels and providing appropriate services, to checking in at Terminal 4 and completing their travel procedures with ease.
Furthermore, Kuwait Airways has a diversified fleet of the latest models of aircraft, allowing passengers to take advantage of the company’s services on board the Blue Bird.