Jazeera Airways has introduced state-of-the-art self-check-in kiosks at its Terminal 5 (T5) at Kuwait International Airport, in addition to a series of services and new offerings that add value to passengers and make their travel experience easier with the airline.
National Aviation Services (NAS), one of the fastest growing aviation services providers in emerging markets, unveiled its renewed, premium Derwaza Lounge at the Kuwait International Airport, Terminal 1.
Kuwait and the UK signed an agreement that aims to organise air services between the two countries.
Passenger traffic across the Middle East continued recording growth in March at four percent year-on-year, according to Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific data.
Jazeera Airways officially inaugurated the Jazeera terminal (T5) at Kuwait International Airport, announcing that it is due to start welcoming passengers through the terminal starting May 22.
Passenger traffic at Kuwait International Airport increased by 25 percent in November, with 1.03 million passengers compared to the same month of 2016.
Jazeera Airways reported an operating profit of KWD8.3 million (USD27.42 million) during the third quarter of the year (Q3), up 37.8 percent from the same period in 2016, and a net profit of KWD8.2 million (USD27.09 million), reflecting a growth of 35.6 percent, despite a 25 percent increase in fuel costs.
On August 27, Wataniya Airways launched its daily service from Kuwait International Airport to Bahrain International Airport, making Bahrain the first GCC country to be served by the carrier.
flydubai honoured Kuwait’s 56th National and Liberation Day holidays with 24 additional flights from the Dubai hub to Kuwait International Airport between February 22 – 27.