Book flights to Kuwait from Baku and discover a fascinating blend of Western liberalism and traditional Islamic culture. There are daily flights between the two cities with a short stopover in Dubai, so you can choose a date and time that suits you. Whether you’re flying to Kuwait for business or holiday, there are a range of fares to choose from in both Business and Economy Class.
Your ergonomically-designed seat will ensure that travelling in Economy Class is both relaxing and comfortable. Connect your phone or tablet to our onboard WiFi to keep on top of your emails and connect with friends on the ground. A personal HD touchscreen TV will give you access to a selection of movies and TV shows, which will help the journey to fly by. You’ll be able to choose from a variety of snacks and drinks from our trolley during the flight.
For a more luxurious journey, book into Business Class where you’ll experience our premium benefits. Ahead of boarding, we’ll fast track you through check-in, and then you can head straight to an exclusive lounge. Once in the air, recline in your Italian leather seat, perfect for getting a few hours’ sleep and ensure you’re recharged ready for landing. Our cabin crew will serve you delicious dishes from an internationally-inspired menu throughout the flight.
Baku to Kuwait
- Around 10 flights jet to Kuwait from Baku every day
- Take off from Azerbaijan and fly over the Caspian Sea and the Arabian Gulf to Dubai. From here, board your connecting flight from the UAE to Kuwait
- The length of your journey will vary depending on the date and time of the flight you choose
Begin your journey to Kuwait at Baku Heydar Aliyev International Airport. (GYD). The airport is located 25 km east of Baku and the journey will take around 25 minutes by car. Short and long-term parking is available at the airport or, if you don’t want to drive, there are taxis as well as the number 16 bus available.
When you arrive at the airport, head straight to departures and the check-in desk where a member of staff will relieve you of your baggage. If you want to speed up the process, take advantage of our online check-in service that opens between 48 hours and 90 minutes prior to take off. Once you’re through security, relax and enjoy a beverage in the departures lounge ahead of boarding.
The first leg of your journey will take approximately 2 hours and 50 minutes. After a short stopover in Dubai International Airport (DXB), the remainder of your journey to Kuwait will be around an hour and 50 minutes. Once you land at Sheikh Saad Al Abdallah ِAirport (KWI), Kuwait City is just 20 minutes from the airport. You an reach here by taxi, limousine or hire a car.
In this ancient corner of the world, you’ll find one of the Gulf’s most intriguing destinations. Unlike its glamorous neighbours, Kuwait has retained a more authentically Arab feel. The blue-green sequins of the Kuwait Towers are instantly recognisable and provide a backdrop to the city. The largest of the three, houses a two-level revolving observation deck that offers breathtaking views across the city. Golden sandy beaches fringe Kuwait City, and you’ll find a lively souq at the heart of the city. Here locals haggle over ox tails, while in the Souq Marbarakia food halls, you’ll experience the trading of olives and dates.