Wataniya Airways to restart with flights at Kuwait Airport

Kuwaiti carrier shut down in 2011 after three years in business Kuwait-based carrier Wataniya Airways has won a licence to operate at Kuwait International Airport, marking the start of airline‚??s return to business after six years of closure. Wataniya shut down operations in 2011 citing financial and regional instability. It was reported in January that the carrier would start up again in mid-2017. On Sunday, Kuwait‚??s Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) handed Wataniya an operator‚??s licence at Kuwait airport, according to state news agency KUNA. It boosts the number of national carriers at Kuwait International Airport and is also part of plans to expand commercial transportation in Kuwait, DCGA chairman Sheikh Salman Al Sabah was quoted as saying. Ali Al-Fozan, Wataniya Airways board chairman, said the airline sought to create job opportunities for the Kuwaiti youth ‚??to take over the company‚??s command positions in near future‚??. Courtesy: Arabin Business
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