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Kuwait Airways flights will enable you to travel in an aircraft that is a member of a 30 strong fleet of both Boeing and Airbus aircraft. The first Boeing 777 aircraft to be used by this airline was delivered in late 2016, demonstrating their commitment to expansion and modernisation. New York, London, Frankfurt, Tehran and Dubai are just some of the hot destinations served by this airline.
When taking Kuwait Airways flights, you can often choose between each of the three classes: First, Business and Economy. As you might expect, First Class offers the greatest amount of space and privacy and the greatest number of additional amenities. The Kuwait Airways fleet also has a special aircraft that is designed for use by the Amir of Kuwait as well as commercial flights. As well as offering the three classes just mentioned, this aircraft has a private bedroom and office for the Amir to use.
This airline is completely owned by Kuwait's government. When you book Kuwait Airways flights, you can expect that the airline will offer you a service that is:
The price of flights with Kuwait Airways varies by destination and travel period. The lowest price recorded in the last 15 days in India for a flight with Kuwait Airways is ₹ 18,888.
The most popular airlines in India are Spicejet, IndiGo, Air India, Jet Airways, AirAsia.
The cheapest destination recorded in the last 15 days departing from India with Kuwait Airways is Dammam.
Flying with Kuwait Airways, the cheapest place to depart from in the last 15 days in India is Mumbai.
Founded back in 1954, Kuwait Airways is Kuwait's national airline. Headquartered in Kuwait city, it offers both national and international flights all over the globe. With its slogan 'Earning Your Trust', this airline announces its commitment to providing travel that is reliable, comfortable and puts the passenger right at the heart of things. If you are planning on flying to Kuwait, or any of the other destinations offered by Kuwait Airways (there are 34 in total and that number is growing all the time), then why not book yourself some flights to Kuwait right now?
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