Travelers Urged to Arrive Early at Kuwait Int’l Airport, 220,000 Passengers Expected to Travel
KUWAIT CITY, April 20: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) expected that travelers to and from Kuwait International Airport would reach 220,000 passengers during the Eid Al-Fitr holiday, specifically from Thursday to April 25. Deputy Director General for Planning and Projects Affairs Saad Al-Otaibi confirmed to KUNA the readiness of DGCA with all its operational sectors for the Eid holiday, in cooperation with all governmental and non-governmental agencies operating at Kuwait International Airport.
The most traveled destinations during the Eid holidays are Dubai, Istanbul, Cairo and Doha, he said, pointing out that the expected travel movement during the same period is estimated at 110,000 departing passengers and 110,000 arriving. Up to 1,800 flights will be operated, distributed over 900 departing flights and 900 arriving flights, he stated, commending the efforts of all government agencies operating at the airport, led by the Ministry of Interior and the General Administration of Customs, as well as the main role of airlines and ground services. (KUNA)
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