Indian Airlines are working with Kuwait Airways and Jazeera Airways to return domestic workers through the Belsalamah.com app since 7 January, Al Anba reported. General Manager of National Aviation Services (NAS) Mansour Al Kheziem, said in a special statement to Al-Anba daily that there are preliminary approvals between Sri Lankan Airlines and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in Kuwait to re-operate again to return Sri Lankan domestic workers stranded in their country.
He expected that Sri Lankan Airlines will soon start travel along with three other companies, raising the total number of airlines operating through the app to four companies.
Al Kheziem added that the total travel and tourism offices and their various branches, who have joined the online app from Kuwait exceed 200 as no travel and tourism company outside Kuwait is allowed to take part in the app.
He noted the prices mentioned on the app are inclusive of flight tickets, three PCR tests, three check-ups, daily meals, in addition to security and medical services and laundry.
Noting that some positive cases were discovered and isolated directly at the quarantine housing by officials from the Ministry of Health, he noted the app is a national project that aims to serve the Kuwaiti citizen by returning their stranded domestic workers abroad.