10,261 Passengers From Egypt And 7,582 From India Returned Within A Week
Week after the return of direct flights between Kuwait, Egypt and India, informed sources in the General Administration of Civil Aviation confirmed to Al-Rai that the airport movement is going smoothly according to the set plan without any problems, expressing hope that the coming period will witness greater openness with continued improvement in the airport. Epidemiological indicators.
The sources pointed out that “increasing the number of capacity to 10 thousand passengers per day contributed significantly to operating direct flights after lifting the ban on many countries,” noting that last week, 174 flights were operated from Egypt and India, 89 of the first and 85 of the second.
They pointed out that the number of passengers of these flights who entered Kuwait during the period from 5 to 11 September reached 17,843, including 10,261 passengers from Egypt and 7,582 from India.
The sources confirmed that the authorities operating at the airport apply health requirements to all travelers without any exception in accordance with the procedures established by the Council of Ministers, stressing that no passenger is allowed to enter Kuwait unless he meets the requirement.