Airports

Kuwait airport geared up to deal with summer rush

June 28 - The arrival of the summer holiday season has seen an sharp increase in the numbers of travelers coming to Kuwait International Airport (KIA) to complete their travel documents before departing on vacation.

As part of their efforts to maintain order and provide a smooth travel process for the large volume of passengers passing through KIA, officials from the Directorate of General Civil Aviation (DGCA) and the Ministry of Interior (MoI) have been working flat-out to ensure that there are no obstacles impeding business.

DGCA General Operations Manager Essam Al-Zamel said that 82 flights have been added to the 120 daily flights leaving from the airport between June 23 and July 29 to cope with the increased passenger volume.

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