KUWAIT CITY, Jul 25: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has launched a new application called “Kuwait – Traveler” ( http://www. kuwaitmosafer.com) for all passengers traveling departing and arriving to and from Kuwait. Commercial flights at Kuwait International Airport will resume from 1st Aug.
The application Kuwait Musafir / Kuwait Traveler is developed by the National Aviation Services company “NAS” which includes all the necessary information for travel approved by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Interior.
The application has been developed keeping in three aspects to protect health of passengers, airport employees and by raising awareness by following travel procedures to ensure that passengers enjoy the highest levels of protection at every step during travel.
All departing and arriving passengers to and from Kuwait must register which is available in English and Arabic, and to register, passengers must download the app or access it through the website: (http://www. kuwaitmosafer.com) and enter the required data of the flight details that will allow them to book appointments for the PCR test (when needed), And full travel notices, and book airport services such as halls, concierge and assistance services, luggage delivery, etc.
The application can be accessed via mobile phone, laptop or PC, and a 24-hour call and assistance center is available to answer inquiries or address any technical challenges.
All departures must ensure that they are fully aware of the travel systems introduced by airlines, PCR and quarantine systems in the country you are heading to, in addition to the visa requirements of their destination country in advance, and this must be done well in advance of their trips to ensure that they book test dates according to required schedules.
Passengers coming to the State of Kuwait must register with this application and enter the required data the results of the PCR test four days before the flight date.
The application is one of many initiatives launched by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation to ensure that the airport is operating in accordance with international standards and of the highest quality.