Kuwait approves one flight per day for Riyadh festival

The flight will be available throughout the week

  
A Kuwaiti family repatriated from Amman, wearing protective face masks, prepare their luggage while arriving at Kuwait Airport, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Kuwait City, Kuwait April 21, 2020.

A Kuwaiti family repatriated from Amman, wearing protective face masks, prepare their luggage while arriving at Kuwait Airport, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Kuwait City, Kuwait April 21, 2020.

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KUWAIT CITY - In what appears to be a confirmation of a report published by Al-Qabas daily earlier about the allocation of a new Saudi Arabia carrier for travelers wishing to attend various activities in Riyadh, an official source from Kuwait International Airport confirmed the issuance of operational approval for FlyAdeal Airlines to operate one flight per day from Kuwait to Riyadh starting from the first day of November, reports Al-Qabas daily. The source revealed the flight will be available throughout the week, in addition to the flights designated for other airlines operating at the airport.

The source stated that Saudi’s FlyAdeal Airlines is considered the economic arm of Saudi Airlines, affirming the Kuwaiti civil aviation authorities have approved flights between Kuwait and Riyadh with 186 departing passengers daily. The source added the departure dates for flights to Riyadh will be at appropriate times for all visitors

 
 

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