Wataniya Airways adds Ten New European Connections to its Network

Wataniya Airways adds Ten New European Connections to its Network
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Published December 8th, 2010 - 12:11 GMT

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Wataniya Airways, Kuwait's only premium airline, today announced a further ten new European connections to its network allowing its guests to fly to a total of 29 European destinations from Kuwait via Vienna as part of the ongoing partnership with Austrian Airlines, Austria's national carrier, that started in October 2010.

Wataniya Airways' guests can enjoy hassle-free travel using a single ticket without the need to collect and recheck their baggage in Vienna to a variety of destinations across Europe.

Abdulsalam Al Bahar, Wataniya Airways Chairman and Managing Director: "We are very pleased to announce the extension of our interline agreement with Austrian Airlines to ten more major connections in Europe, taking our total to 29 cities across the continent. The benefit to Wataniya Airways guests is that they can now simply check in their baggage at our excusive Sheikh Saad Terminal in Kuwait where it will be automatically routed through to their final European airport arrival destination without having to be rechecked at Vienna. We are committed to delivering our guests the very best service possible and our code sharing agreement with Austrian Airlines is part of this effort."

The agreement also includes guests travelling from Beirut to Vienna and onwards to other European cities, as well as for those wishing to travel from Vienna to Beirut and the Middle East.

Wataniya Airways operates three weekly flights between Vienna International Airport and their exclusive Sheikh Saad Terminal in Kuwait. The ten new connections the agreement adds to Wataniya Airways' route network are: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bologna, Graz, Hamburg, Rome Fiumicino, Lyon, Munich, Nice and Venice.

From Kuwait, guests wishing to travel on Wataniya Airways can book tickets by logging on to www.wataniyaairways.com or by calling the Kuwait Guest Contact Centre on 118 or +965 24379999, or by making a reservation through their preferred travel agent. 

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