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KUWAIT, Nov 15 (KUNA) — As air traffic at Kuwait International Airport is now back to normal, Kuwait’s national carrier, Kuwait Airways, and Jazeera Airways, have decided to re-operate and re-schedule flights.
Kuwait Airways said in a press release that it would re-operate all scheduled flights, excluding Europe-destined trips which would resume later Friday.
The airline is also rescheduling the flights that were diverted to other airports due to heavy rains, urging everyone to help under such air circumstances, according to the release.
Meanwhile, Al-Jazeera Airways said in a similar statement that it would re-arrange and delay some flights as air traffic resumed at Kuwait airport.
The carrier asked passengers to contact its customer service offices in order to get updated on re-scheduled flights.
Air traffic at Kuwait International Airport fully resumed earlier in the day after having been temporarily suspended because of the current unstable weather conditions hitting the country.
A wave of unstable weather conditions including rainstorms and lightning has hit Kuwait for a week