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KUWAIT CITY, April 29: Income of Kuwait Airways grew by 24 percent in Q1 2023 compared to last year’s same period, the national airways declared on Saturday. Chairman Ali Al-Dakhan said in a press release that passenger movement via T-4 Terminal rose by 52 percent and number of flights through the same complex grew by 40 percent.
The KA achieved takeoff punctuality by 40 percent, while operation hours increased by 44 percent and aircraft hours usage rose by 63 percent, Al-Dakhan said. It increased seats for members of “Al- Waha Club” by 50 percent, leading to the issuance of 72 substituted miles as compared to Q1 of the past year.
Maan Rezougi, the CEO, said the KA is maintained the approach of diverse services for sake of optimum services and comfort for the customers. The KA had declared launching 11 travel destinations in the 2023 summer season, in addition to two new destinations, Antalya and Athens, bringing the total number of direct destinations to 60 and others via the joint code to 95 with other airlines abroad. The airlines corporation, established in 1953, started launching flights as of March 16, 1954. (KUNA)