KUWAIT AIRWAYS RETURNS TO SRI LANKA | Daily News

KUWAIT AIRWAYS RETURNS TO SRI LANKA

Sudesh  Rupasinghe
Sudesh Rupasinghe

Kuwait Airways, National carrier of Kuwait and recently rated as a major Five Star Airline for the year 2021 resumed operations to Colombo from January 28.

“The Airline whose history in Sri Lanka extends back over four decade resumed scheduled operations to Sri Lanka with the Airport reopening,” Country Manager Kuwait Airways, for Sri Lanka and Maldives Sudesh Rupasinghe, said.

“Despite the numerous setbacks faced globally by the COVID 19 pandemic, Kuwait Airways we decided to resume services to Sri Lanka providing passengers all our full complement services”.

They will be flying to Colombo in accordance with the guidelines and notably all Passengers must have a printed medical certificate with a negative PCR result taken at most 96 hours prior to departure.

Regrettably though, passengers who have been in or transited through the United Kingdom in the past 14 days will not be permitted to enter or transit Sri Lanka due to the detection of a new variant of the COVID 19 virus.

Further, passengers will be treated to an Enhanced baggage allowance and free membership in Kuwait Airway’s Oasis Club Frequent Flyer program on resumption of operations as an added benefit.