Kuwait Airlines

The most important interest of the visitors are Airlines. When a visitor or tourist want to go somewhere, thy must have to need for airlines to reach on particular destination.

For this purpose, they must have to know about the services of Airlines of that country or state.

The benefit is that they can enjoy suitable flights at that rates which they are ready to afford easily.

Air travel is a very conductive and pleasurable way of travelling. You truly require knowing about the services of airline as well as you are thinking to plan to visit a country.
Now we have to look Kuwait Airline.

When we come to the airlines in Kuwait so we do not look their names in the list instead of only two names. Following are the names of these two airlines which are:

• Kuwait Airways
• Jazeera Airways

Here in this article,
Let us discuss in more briefly about both of them but one after the other.

Kuwait Airways

Kuwait airway is an international airline of Kuwait and its head office in Kuwait International Airport. The company operates the particular flights to the Indian subcontinent, North America, Middle East, Europe, and Southeast Asia.
This airline is also a part of the Arab Air Carriers Organization.
Kuwait National Airways was situated by some Kuwaiti businessmen in 1953.The government had half the shares of the airline at that time. It has also the British International Airlines which were running the charter flights in Kuwait, and a contract of 5 years was made by Kuwait National Airways with BIA.
The work was initiated on March 16, 1954 and the airline carried about 9000 travelers that year, 8966 to be concise.
The name of this airline that is Kuwait Airways was allowed in July 1955. The British Airlines was earned by Kuwait Airways in April 1959. The Government of the Kuwait bought all the shares of the company on June 1, 1963 and after the 8 months in March 1964, the company initiated the services to London, and the flights were available using Comet equipment.
The facilities to Abadan, Bahrain, Dhahran, Doha, Kuwait, and Beirut were initiated then as an effect of a pool agreement between Kuwait Airways and BOAC. After one month, the Trans Arabia Airways was earned by the company.
The network of flights of the airline was increased till April 1956 to the areas which are follows:














Now, the airline has codeshare agreements now at this time with these:

Air India

Ethiopian Airlines

Etihad Airways

Turkish Airlines


Saudia Airlines.

Jazeera Airways

The second biggest international airline of Kuwait is Jazeera Airways. It is a cheap or low cost airline of Kuwait and its head office is located at the Kuwait International Airport. This company gives us the particular facilities in the Middle East part only.
Via to the report which is compliance by the Kuwait Directorate General for Civil Aviation in July 2009 and the company had the 1834 takeoffs and landings which were the largest in figure that year.
The Kuwait Government also permitted the building of the non-governmental airline firm in 2004 and in the same year, Jazeera Airways was formed by Emiree Decree.
In the beginning, the capital of the company was USD 35 million which was increased by the IPO which is Initial Public Offering and which twice to USD 70 million in the 4th quarter of 2007 when present shareholders were invited another lot of shares.
Round about the 26% of the airline shares are proprietor by Wings Finance and Boodai Projects. Jasem M. Al- Musa Trading owns 6-7% shares of the company, besides the two real estate companies also hold 17.5% of shares and round about 50% of shares is proprietor by the public.

Recent Developments

A Kuwait Airways Airbus A340-300 takes off from Charles de Gaulle Airport in 2014. The carrier got the first aircraft of the type in March 1995.

But the carrier enhanced a past order in July 1996 which contains Boeing 747 aircraft and placed an order having an amount of US$280 million for two Boeing 777-200s with buy the rights for the other aircraft of the type. The function are made Kuwait Airways the 22nd customer of the type whole over the world. The air framer which is handled over the first Boeing 777-200 in early 1998.

Kuwait Airways had an old one of the oldest aircraft parks in the Middle East, having an average age of 20 years. The carrier opened the services of the maintenance to the press for them to check that the fleet was kept in conditions, amid rumors of deficiencies in their maintenance that month.


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