KUWAIT CITY: The Kuwait International Airport resumed flights with India after a gap of one and half year due to the pandemic crisis. The DGCA stated that the process of scheduling operations for direct flights from Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh are in process.
Meanwhile Jazeera airways arrived from Kochi today morning followed by Kuwait Airways from Mumbai, reaching a total of 5 flights.
The Director of Operations of Directorate General of Civil Aviation Mansour Al Hashemi stated that the implementation of the decision of the Council of Ministers witnessed arrival and departure of direct flights between Kuwait and India.
After commencing direct flights with Egypt and India one flight from Pakistan followed, reports Al Rai. As for Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh direct flights to and from has not yet been operational, it is expected within a few days direct flights with these countries will commence after scheduling flight operation for airlines.
Eight flights from Egypt whereas from India 5 flights and one flight from Pakistan arrived according to flight schedule and seat sharing. All arriving passengers had to abide by health measures required by MOH.
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