Kuwait Airways



Established in , the government assumed 100 per cent ownership, making it the longest-serving, official state carrier operating from the Arabian Gulf Region.

About Company

In 2016, Kuwait Airways announced a five-year transformation strategy with a mandate of reasserting the official national carrier of Kuwait’s proud legacy and status within the regional aviation market, while also reclaiming the position as the “preferred airline linking Kuwait to the world”.

A member of the Arab Air Carriers Organization and employing over 4,800 people, Kuwait Airways’ head office is in the heart of Kuwait City, close to Kuwait International Airport (KWI). The airline currently provides regular scheduled services to 36 international destinations in the Far East, Middle East, Europe and North America.

In ), 15 x A320NEO. Kuwait Airways fleet also is expected to receive 8 x A330 NEO (All confirmed) and expected 5 x A350’s.

On , Kuwait Airways received the first of received the second aircraft. The expected delivery of the . Further additions to the fleet will include ), Kuwait Airways will boast the youngest commercial airline fleet in the world.