Book a flight to Kuwait and enjoy a dazzling trip to the cosmopolitan Gulf nation. Whether you’re jetting off for a business meeting or embarking on a city break with friends, we can take you directly to the country’s capital.
We’ll ensure your journey to Kuwait is as smooth as possible, with exemplary customer service both on the ground and in the air. We offer speedy online check-in at most of our destinations across the world. Alternatively, all our locations feature traditional counter check-in, where a member of our friendly team will be able to help you.
Our air fares have been designed to suit all budgets. Avoid breaking the bank with our Economy Class tickets, which provide cheap flights to Kuwait. If you’d prefer a bespoke and dedicated experience, Business Class is also available. Choose this option and relax in an Italian leather seat as you cruise towards Kuwait City.
Your flight to this Middle Eastern country will be anything but boring, as our fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircrafts are equipped to offer heaps of entertainment, so you won’t have a dull moment on your flight. Each passenger has their own 12.1-inch touchscreen, packed with films, games, music and TV shows to enjoy. Stay connected to the outside world with our award-winning WiFi, keeping up with emails and social media as you fly.
If your flight to Kuwait is more than three hours, you’ll have the option to pre-order a medley of hot meals from our globally-inspired menu. Fly as the sun rises and enjoy a hot breakfast or indulge in a Tandoori-style chicken kebab among the stars. If you’d prefer something lighter, a variety of light snacks and drinks are also available to purchase onboard.
The iconic Kuwait Towers punctuate the capital city’s skyline and are well worth a visit. Head up to the landmark’s observation deck and enjoy jaw-dropping views across the gulf and beyond.
Discover waterfront paradise when you take a walk down Kuwait City’s Corniche. Explore the 10km stretch, which offers beautiful beaches, laid-back coffee houses and vibrant restaurants.
There’s countless spots along Kuwait’s glittering coastline to soak up the baking sunshine. One of the most coveted is Al Kout Beach, a popular destination for adrenaline-fuelled water sports and barbeques as the sun sinks from the sky.
Nestled on the Arabian Gulf, Kuwait beckons both holidaymakers and business travellers alike. The country is a tempting blend of idyllic beaches, innovative architecture, and bustling souqs.
Idle away hours as you venture through Kuwait’s glorious souqs. Haggle over locally-grown olives and dates at Souq Marbarakia, or sample delicacies at the eateries lining the outer edge of the complex. If it’s gold you seek, head to Souq ad Dahab Al Markazi – here, stalls gleam with spectacular jewels.
Fashion lovers should stop by Souq Al-Hareem, where you’ll find a treasure trove of fabrics, kohl, and accessories. If you’d prefer a more contemporary shopping experience, Hamad al-Mubarak Street is home to designer boutiques and high street stores.
Venture beyond the country’s cities and you’ll find there’s more than just desert plains. Head to Kubbar Island for a diving expedition, where you can swim among colourful marine life in crystal clear waters, and spot turtles and flamingos on land. For a dose of greenery, add Wafra to your itinerary. Take a picnic and enjoy the peaceful landscape or head to the Farmer’s Market to pick up some fresh produce.
Delve into Kuwait’s history at the many museums dotted throughout the country. Al Hashemi Marine Museum houses an impressive collection of dhows, Tareq Rajab Museum is renowned for its Islamic art and the House of Islamic Antiquities includes more than 20,000 works which date back as far as the 8th century.
Kuwait boasts an eclectic range of architecture at every corner. From the sail-shaped Scientific Centre, to the pyramid-esque Shaikh Nasser Al Sabah Mosque, there’s a variety of styles and forms to behold. Crane your neck at the Liberation Tower and catch a glimpse of the distinctive National Assembly Building.
Before you fly to Kuwait it’s important to make sure you have the right visa documentation in place. Whether you need a visa will depend on your home country - check with your embassy ahead of departing for Kuwait.
You’ll use the national currency during your trip to Kuwait – the Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD). Frequently used notes include: 1⁄4, 1⁄2, 1, 5, 10, 20 dinars.
Arabic is the official national language of Kuwait and English is also widely spoken.
You can enjoy warm weather all year round in Kuwait. From October to February, temperatures can reach 30°C, whereas during summer months, highs of 44°C have been recorded.
Navigating your way around Kuwait can be done easily by bus or taxi. Alternatively, you can choose to hire a car to explore the country further.
We fly to Sheikh Saad Al Abdallah Airport (KWI), located 16km south of Kuwait City.
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