Wataniya Airways Takes Delivery of Seventh Aircraft
Wataniya Airways, Kuwait's only premium service airline, has announced it has taken possession of its seventh customised Airbus A320 aircraft. The new aircraft, which has been fitted out to Wataniya Airways' unique class-leading specification, includes just 122 seats to allow guests greater room and comfort. It will help Wataniya Airways to maintain its high level of service reliability for its guests, as well as enabling the company to continue to grow its network of popular international routes.
George Cooper, CEO of Wataniya Airways said: "I am very proud to welcome this new aircraft to our fleet, the third new Airbus A320 we have added this year. All our aircraft have the same class-leading specification for the maximum wellbeing and enjoyment of our valued guests. This latest addition continues our commitment to ensuring that our guests travel in comfort and arrive refreshed and relaxed at their destination, as well as providing us with further flexibility as we grow our current network."
"At Wataniya Airways we have been very thorough in our planning, and have expanded our fleet gradually according to the company plans. We are very pleased that our business plan is on track and that we continue to successfully develop along the strategic growth paths we have set from the outset." added Mr. Cooper.
Wataniya Airways aircraft are fitted with the industry leading OnAir system that allows its guests to use their mobile phones during the flight, making it the only airline in the world that carries OnAir throughout its entire fleet. Wataniya Airways complements its' aircraft comfort with award winning staff service levels that were recently recognized globally by being placed second in "Staff Service Excellence" among Middle Eastern airlines in the annual survey conducted by the internationally respected airline research consultancy Skytrax.
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