Wataniya Airways Celebrates Switch To Istanbul’s Ataturk International Airport
Wataniya Airways, Kuwait's only premium service airline, today announced that its three flights a week to Turkey will now land at Ataturk International Airport instead of Sabiha Gokcen International starting November 2nd. Ataturk International Airport is Turkey's major international hub, with its convenient location being the nearest to Istanbul's city centre.
Jassim AlQames, Head of Public Relations at Wataniya Airways said: "Istanbul has always been a popular destination for our guests in Kuwait, and our decision to move to Ataturk International Airport is part of our continuing efforts in listening to our guests and enhancing our service. We are delighted to offer our guests a premium travel option with Wataniya Airways, in suitable day-time flights, landing in Istanbul's prime international hub, and providing them with more convenience and connectivity options beyond Istanbul."
Wataniya Airways has three scheduled weekly flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays to Istanbul. As a result of this change, guests who are members of Wataniya Diwan, Wataniya Airways' innovative loyalty programme, will also benefit from additional number for flights between Kuwait and Istanbul.
Ataturk International Airport is spacious and efficient with the full range of services , including, shops, cafes, restaurants, currency exchange and banking offices, baggage check, left luggage as well as an airport hotel. It is the most convenient airport for guests to access Istanbul and is well served by train, road and ferry services.
Istanbul was Wataniya Airways' first European destination city since the launch of the airline's scheduled operations in January 2009. The airline began regular scheduled services to Istanbul in May 2010.
Guests wishing to travel to Istanbul or any other destination served by Wataniya Airways can book their tickets by logging on to www.wataniyaairways.com, by calling the Kuwait Guest Contact Centre on 118 or +965 24379999, or make their reservation through their preferred travel agent.