Kuwait Airways to resume flights to Sri Lanka from this week
Kuwait Airways is to re-commence flights to Colombo from this week and will operate one flight per week between the two countries.
The airline, which enjoys a history in Sri Lanka for over four decades, is serviced by the world’s youngest fleet, which includes the airline’s flagship Boeing 777-300ER and Airbus A320 neo aircraft, The Morning has reported.
Kuwait Airways has recently affirmed its readiness to restore full operations of commercial flights with approval of the health authorities and resumption of air navigation in other countries, the news report has noted.
Accordingly, along with Colombo, the airline is also re-launching flights to 10 other destinations across India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.
Kuwait Airways is the only airline which consistently offers first and business class operations, flatbed, and Wi-Fi on all flights from Colombo.
Many international airlines have resumed flights to Sri Lanka while some already announcing plans to increase the number of flights operated to the island. The safety and hygiene certifications received by Sri Lanka’s airports have further increased the confidence of international airlines to operate flights to the island. All these movements are indicative of the increased tourist arrivals to the country for leisure or business travel. Foreign businesses/investors could therefore explore the expanding opportunities in Sri Lanka’s leisure and hospitality sectors.
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