KUWAIT: Kuwait Airways launched on Saturday its first commercial flights to Madrid and Malaga, three days per week, on Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. The company’s CEO, Maen Razouqi, said in a press statement that the cities of Madrid and Malaga were among the most important destinations for Kuwait Airways customers, and their launch comes in response to the remarkable and growing demand for travelers in Kuwait and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries (GCC).
He added that Airbus A330neo was chosen for these two destinations, as the aircraft contained technological features and superior technologies, in addition to the spaciousness of its seats in line with the latest air transport offerings. Razouqi noted that Kuwait Airways is moving towards a steady pace in its strategic plans to expand its network, as it recently launched a number of destinations to Casablanca, Manchester, Alexandria, Sharm El Sheikh, Sohag, Trabzon, Bodrum, Izmir, Mykonos, Salalah and Sarajevo. He pointed out that new flights would be launched in the upcoming days to the French cities Nice and the Austrian capital Vienna, while other flights will be launched in the coming months to Kuala Lumpur and Nepalese Kathmandu. – KUNA