KLM to to Resume Flights to Kuwait on Sept 24

Published September 14th, 2020 - 01:00 GMT
KLM to to Resume Flights to Kuwait on Sept 24
These flights will allow passengers to reach Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, where KLM gradually resumes its flights. (Shutterstock)
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The flights will be operated with an Airbus 330-200, with additional sanitary measures to ensure passenger’s safety.

KLM will resume its operation to Kuwait City from September 24, starting with two flights per week to and from Amsterdam.

The flights will be operated with an Airbus 330-200, with additional sanitary measures to ensure passenger’s safety.

 

Flight KL0491 will depart Amsterdam to Kuwait at 11.45 am on Thursday and Saturday and arrive in Kuwait at 6.30pm same day. Flight KL0492 will depart Kuwait at 5.25 amd on Friday and Sunday and arrive in Amsterdam at 10.35 am same day.

 

“We are delighted to announce the news about the resumption of our flights to Kuwait city. Our passengers, safety, comfort, health and well-being remain our highest priority. All of our flights are operated with additional sanitary measures to ensure our passengers safety. We profoundly thank our customers for their patience and the authorities involved for their continuous support”, said Yeshwant Pawar, General Manager, Air France KLM, Gulf, Iran and Pakistan.

 

These flights will allow passengers to reach Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, where KLM gradually resumes its flights. Passengers will have the possibility to connect flights to some European and Intercontinental destinations, a statement said.

 

Prior to booking and travelling, KLM encourages its customers to contact the authorities for information on the formalities for entering and residing in their countries of destination and transit, as these are likely to have been modified following the Covid-19 epidemic, it added. 

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