KUWAIT CITY, June 7: A delegation from International Air Travel Agency (IATA) and US Aviation Safety Agency will visit Kuwait in July for the final evaluation of Kuwait International Airport.
The delegation is expected to review security procedures to determine the rate at which the airport complies with international safety and security conditions, reports Al-Rai daily.
The daily quoting a source said conditions were laid down to determine the restoration of direct flights from Kuwait to America and some European countries. He added the upcoming visit will be the last upon which a report will be prepared in detail, as required by the two agencies.
He said the country has done the needful and even appointed an internationally reputable British company to take over security procedures. He stressed the number of security operatives at the gates have been increased to four, in addition to special security officers assigned to the airport to reinforce interior and exterior security procedures before and after the departure of flights.