Startup airline Wataniya Airways has announced th

first_imgStart-up airline Wataniya Airways has announced that its first service will operate between Kuwait and Dubai, with the route due to start in February next year.Kuwait’s newest airline will operate a twice-daily service to and from the emirate, with tickets having gone on sale on November 24th.Wataniya will use Kuwait’s Royal Terminal as its base, the first time that a commercial airline will have taken off from a location other than Kuwait International Airport.Commenting on the new route, Wataniya Airways chairman and managing director Abdul Salam Al Bahar said that the announcement was a crucial step in allowing the airline to commence operations from early 2009.”We can now announce that the countdown has officially started for providing Kuwaitis with a new travelling experience – one that will start in the superb surroundings of the Royal Terminal,” he said.The airline will operate Airbus A320 aircraft and will offer passengers more space and legroom than any other airline using the same type of aeroplane.Wataniya announced in October that it had successfully completed its recruitment procedures to appoint its new pilots and cabin crew. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedBahrain Air launches new service to Kuwait CityBahrain Air launches new service to Kuwait CityDubai expects more flight passengers for 2009 Shopping FestivalMore people could book flights to Dubai during the emirate’s 2009 Shopping FestivalJetBlue Airways launches flights to Baltimore/WashingtonThe airline will operate four daily flights to the north-eastern US city, with Boston becoming JetBlue’s 57th destinationlast_img

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