After few days of uncertainty, Kuwait Airways today opens the booking for seven more international destinations, including India. The company opens reservation for Mumbai, Delhi, Kochi and Chennai starting from August in addition to other destinations including Lahore, Munich, Baku, Amman, Sarajevo and Qatar. Earlier Dubai, London, Geneva, Beirut, Cairo, Bahrain, Turkey were opened for reservation.

Initially, Kuwait Airways had announced its booking to India. However, Indian cities were removed from the schedule announced a few days back.

Kuwait Airways, on its website, said that they will resume limited scheduled flights starting from 1st of August 2020 to certain destinations in accordance with Kuwait Government’s instructions and destination governments’ guidelines. They also added that Scheduled flights may change from time to time on short notice according to latest updates on COVID-19 operating conditions, protocol and procedures issued by relevant authorities from time to time and this might result in delays, flight timing changes or flight cancellations.

As per the phase one of the opening of Kuwait International Airport will operate with a maximum of 10,000 travellers per day and daily flights will not exceed 100 from 1st Aug.

source:iik