Book flights from Kuwait to Baku and discover the contrasting capital of Azerbaijan, a sleek modern city not afraid to shout about its ancient roots. Up to 14 flights per day make this journey, with a connection in Dubai, making it easy for you to plan your next trip to Baku.
The are two types of fare to choose from. Economy Class offers affordable comfort, with ergonomically-designed seats, entertainment-filled personal HD touchscreens and onboard Wi-Fi. Settle into your seat and enjoy a snack from the trolley as our crew make their way through the cabin or pre-order a meal from our international menu if you fancy something a little more substantial.
Business Class provides a slice of comfort and luxury during your journey to Baku with complementary food and beverages and a raft of additional perks, including a larger touchscreen for watching movies and noise-cancelling headphones. Some of our aircraft even boast reclining flatbeds, perfect for a mid-flight snooze.
You can either check-in at one of our desks on arrival at the airport or online in advance between 48 hours and 90 minutes before your flight departs. Breeze through bag drop and enjoy a wide selection of duty free shops, restaurants and pre-flight essentials such as currency exchange to keep you busy while you wait for your departure.
Enjoy being welcomed onboard the aircraft by our friendly cabin crew. In just an hour and 45 minutes you’ll be touching down in the UAE at Dubai International Airport (DXB) before your near 3-hour onward journey to Baku.
Land at Heydar Aliyev International Airport (GYD), 25km east of Baku and around 40 minutes away. Grab a taxi to the city centre, hail the number 16 bus or hire a car and enjoy the city at your own speed.
Nestled on the Caspian Sea, Baku is a tale of two cities. This is a destination where sand-coloured, medieval fortresses and shimmering glass-fronted modern skyscrapers sit side-by-side, creating a tantalising contrast. Admire the Eternal Flame, flickering against the city backdrop at the top of a funicular ride, then take a stroll along Baku Boulevard. The promenade hugs the Caspian Sea offering impressive views across the world’s largest saltwater lake. For a taste of Baku’s historic charm, explore the 15th-century old city. Expect a labyrinth of alleys brimming with cafés and restaurants and historic wonder at every turn. Whether you’re booking flights to Baku for business or leisure, you’ll discover a metropolitan city still proud of its traditional heart.