Summer travel hits 6 million; DGCA to accommodate all flights

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KUWAIT CITY, Aug 8: The Director General of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Eng. Imad Al-Jalawi said the DGCA is working on facilitating all passenger flights to the country during the summer season, which will last until September 2023, reports Aljarida daily. In a press statement, he affirmed the airport’s readiness to receive about six million passengers between inbound and outbound flights. Eng. Al-Jalawi also affirmed the activation of plans to prepare for the season in coordination with all agencies operating at the airport. He explained that the movement of aircraft during the months of June and July was close to 22,000 flights, with 10,511 flights in June and 11,465 flights in July. The number of passengers during the two months was about three million.

The expected air traffic in the months of August and September is about three million passengers onboard 23,194 flights. Summer plans have been activated inside Kuwait International Airport to facilitate the movement of passengers to and from the country. All agencies operating at Kuwait International Airport have been cooperating to facilitate the movement of departing and arriving flights without delay, facilitate traffic through the airport, and implement the work plan and mechanism during the summer vacation season without any obstacles. Eng. Al-Jalawi affirmed DGCA’s keenness to implement security and safety standards at Kuwait International Airport in order to ensure the safety of all fl ights, passengers and airport workers.

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