Book a flight to Kuwait City and immerse yourself in a vibrant metropolis. Whether you’re flying to Kuwait’s capital for a stylish break or planning a whistle-stop tour while working, we’ll take you directly to the colourful city.
Enjoy a smooth and simple journey to Kuwait City - from the moment you book your tickets to your arrival in Kuwait. Checking in is made easy, with online check-in available at most of our destinations across the world. If you’d prefer to check in at our counters, our friendly team will be on hand to help you.
Browse our cheap flights to Kuwait City and book one of our Economy Class tickets, or enjoy a personalised experience when you fly Business Class. Whichever seat you choose, you’re guaranteed a comfortable journey – with seating optimised for leg room and plenty to keep you occupied onboard.
Dive into your own 12.1-inch touchscreen and you’ll find a spectrum of entertainment at your fingertips. Choose from hundreds of films, games, music and TV shows to enjoy as you soar through the sky. Stay on top of business in the air with our award-winning WiFi, whether you’re replying to emails or chatting to friends and family on social media.
If your flight to Kuwait City is longer than three hours, enjoy a hot meal from our menu, loaded with food inspired from around the world. Travel in the morning and tuck into a delicious omelette or if you’re flying to Kuwait in the evening, try our flavoursome aloo gobi masala. Our Inflight Bites are also available on all our flights, with sweet and savoury snacks to choose from.
Who could visit this slick Gulf city without snapping a photo of the exquisite Kuwait Towers? The landmark reflects into the magnificent waters along the Corniche, which makes it particularly beautiful at night. Don’t miss a trip to the tower’s observation deck, where you can soak up breathtaking views across Kuwait’s skyline.
Stroll through Kuwait City’s winding paths, serene beaches and chilled-out coffee houses when you walk down Arabian Gulf Street. Whether you’re enjoying lunch by the sea during the day or enjoying a sunset on an evening, the Corniche is a must-do on your Kuwait City itinerary.
Kuwait’s white sands and beckoning turquoise waters are popular for both residents and holidaymakers in the city. From the sprawling Messilah Beach to the family-friendly Al Oqeila Beach, there’s no shortage of sun, sea and sand in this luxurious destination.
As the capital and hub of Kuwait, there’s plenty to explore in this intriguing Gulf city. Attractions are plentiful, waterfronts are impeccable and the vast selection of restaurants makes Kuwait City a foodie’s dream.
Experience old-style Kuwait as you explore the city’s atmospheric souqs. Taste juicy olives and fresh dates from Souq Marbarakia’s vast food halls. You’ll find all that glitters is indeed gold when you visit Souq ad Dahab Al Markazi – where everything from golden rings to local pearls can be purchased.
Pick up shimmering dresses, snug blankets, and accessories from friendly Bedouin women at Souq Al-Hareem.
Immerse yourself in Kuwait’s culture at the city’s grand mosques and museums. Head to Al Hashemi Marine Museum to view a splendid range of dhows and admire Islamic art at Tareq Rajab Museum. The Grand Mosque sits at the heart of the city, famous for its elaborate interior and glittering dome. Between the iconic landmark and the National Museum is Seif Palace – take snaps of its dazzling exterior and beautifully-kept gardens.
From Liberation Tower, one of the tallest telecommunications towers in the world, to the finely designed National Assembly Building, you won’t be short of architecture to soak up in Kuwait City. The 360 Mall is not only a unique sight to see, but boasts a stylish cinema and bustling food court within its walls. Families will also love Kuwait Zoo, where you can spot everything from elephants to Himalayan bears.
Be sure to have the right visa before you fly to Kuwait City. Whether you need a visa will depend on your home country – get in touch with your embassy to find out more.
The national currency in Kuwait is the Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD). Frequently used notes include: 1⁄4, 1⁄2, 1, 5, 10, 20 dinars.
You’ll find Arabic will be mostly spoken in Kuwait City, as it’s the official national language. English is also widely spoken.
Soak up warm temperatures all year round in Kuwait City. Temperatures reach highs of 30°C between October and February, going up to 44°C during the summer months.
Buses and taxis are plentiful in Kuwait City. If you’d prefer to explore in your own vehicle, car hire is also available.
flydubai will take you directly to Sheikh Saad Al Abdallah Airport (KWI). Kuwait City is just 16km north from the airport itself.