Kuwait Airport ready for summer travels
The Directorate General for Civil Aviation (DGCA) announced Wednesday its readiness to serve passengers at the national airports and furnish them with various facilities.
Yousuf Al-Fozan, the DGCA General Director, said in a statement to KUNA that passengers’ movement is expected to reach some six million people, between June and September, higher by eight percent compared to last year, when it reached approximately 5.5 million passengers.
Up to 43,000 flights will be organized during this period, nine percent higher than last year, when they amounted to 39,000 flights.
Al-Fozan indicated at a plan to “distribute” the passengers to the four terminals after shifting the KAC passengers to terminal-4 and those of Al-Jazeera to terminal-5.
Special teams have been formed to oversee operations at the air facilities and ensure that the passengers get the required services.