Kuwait Airways boosts Middle East frequencies by 41.7%

The airline is in the middle of a revival strategy

From 26 March, Kuwait Airways’ flight frequencies to the Middle East will grow by 41.7 percent.

“Our route performance analysis has indicated which market segments are growing and we are in a position to take the initiative,” says Kuwait Airways’ network planning and strategy director, Shorouk Al Awadi.

Frequencies to Dubai will increase by seven flights weekly, Bahrain by six, Doha and Beirut by five and Istanbul by three.

There will also be an additional flight each week to Amman, Najaf, Masshad and Teheran.

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