Kuwait Resumes Outbound Passenger Flights

Kuwait DGCA, various airliners to operate expatriates' outbound flights

Kuwait Resumes Outbound Passenger Flights

Kuwait Resumes Outbound Passenger Flights

Kuwait’s DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) said that Airlines could operate outbound passenger flights for the expatriate community in Kuwait.

Al-Mezrem was speaking after a cabinet meeting, during which the government directed the DGCA to allow the operation of all airlines in order to give expatriates the ability to return to their countries.

All airliners will schedule flights for several destinations in accordance with the cabinet decision made on April 9.

As the general administration of Civil Aviation started approving airlines request to operate from Kuwait for evacuation of people from Kuwait around 726 expats leave for various countries from Kuwait international Airport.

According to local report, 131 European passengers departed via Jazeera Airways to Germany on Friday.

Kuwait airways left Kuwait with 225 Korean passengers. 

Omani plane left to Oman with 40 Omanis on board. 

In coming days, several countries will evacuate their national from Kuwait.

190 passengers travelling on MEA airlines to Lebanon 

140 European community to Romania on Sunday.

Meanwhile, A team of 15 Indian doctors and health-care professionals reached Kuwait today. The medical team was flown to Kuwait in an Indian Air Force aircraft and is expected to stay in Kuwait for a period of two weeks in Kuwait.

As of Today, Kuwait records highest number of coronavirus infections in a single day.

Kuwaiti authorities have repeatedly urged citizens to follow guidelines and instructions given by local entities and the World Health Organisation, such as maintaining social distancing and home quarantine measures.