The request of the Directorate-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to increase the capacity of incoming passengers to Kuwait is expected to get the approval of the concerned authorities within two weeks maximum, Arabic daily Al Rai reported
At the moment the incoming flights bring in no more than 7,500 passengers in line with the decision that was issued by the government earlier.
The sources told Al-Rai that “the total capacity set at 7,500 passengers per day for the upcoming flights, is being used by all airlines operating at the moment at the Kuwait International Airport according to the DGCA plan.”
The sources confirmed that “there will be no retreat from the decision issued by the Cabinet which has approved the resumption of commercial flights from India, Egypt, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Nepal, while adhering to the controls set by the Ministerial Committee for Corona Emergencies.
The sources confirmed noting that “special preparations have been made in this regard.