Today, Kuwait Airport is ready to operate at full capacity

Today, Kuwait Airport is ready to operate at full capacity

Director General of Civil Aviation in Kuwait Yousef Al-Fawzan said that the Directorate General of Civil Aviation in Kuwait is ready to operate Kuwait International Airport

Full capacity starting next Sunday. In a statement to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) today, Al-Fawzan said that Kuwait International Airport will operate gradually

On the operation of commercial flights for all airlines, in implementation of the decision of the Council of Ministers. The directorate succeeded in working in light of the challenges and requirements of the Corona virus epidemic crisis, and called on airlines and passengers

To abide by the COVD-19 safety restrictions necessary to enter Kuwait. The Cabinet announced, on Wednesday, that Kuwait Airport will return to work at full capacity, as part of its plan to return to normal life after the spread of the Corona virus.

Where the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Travel and Tourism Association, Mohammed Al-Mutairi, said that the opening of the airport will allow airlines to operate more flights, which will directly reflect on the national economy.

Through the contribution of the aviation, tourism and travel sectors. to GDP, amid the state's ambitious plans to develop the air transport market in Kuwait. Al-Mutairi said,

The decision will also see a reduction in ticket prices, as there will be more seats available to meet the increasing demand, which will bring down the cost of travel to its moderate levels.
It is worth noting that travelers from Kuwait will once again see ticket prices to some destinations drop to less than 100 dinars for each one-way trip.”

Member of the Board of Directors of the Travel and Tourism Federation, Hussein Al-Sulaiten, said that lifting travel restrictions will directly benefit the citizen when it comes to bringing domestic workers or when they travel abroad for annual vacations, and it is expected that the ticket price will reach 50 percent.

And the Kuwaiti authorities confirmed, on Thursday, that they will not tolerate the application of preventive health measures in mosques,

The Cabinet's decision to end social distancing between worshipers will take effect from tomorrow (Friday). This came in a press statement issued by the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, Farid Emadi,

In it, he said that to maintain the medical system and maintain the health improvement in the country, the relevant health recommendations should be observed, including vaccination, wearing masks and bringing the person in.

Prayer rug for the mosque. But the official congratulated worshipers for abandoning social distancing measures and resuming religious gatherings in mosques, as decided by the Cabinet on Wednesday. He pointed out that the Fatwa and Legislation Department stressed the necessity of vaccination based on the recommendations of health authorities to protect worshipers in mosques.