WATANIYA Airways, participated at ATM to showcase its unique offering of premium travel services to popular destinations across the region.
The airline announced the launch of its latest European destinations Istanbul, Vienna and Rome and its third Egyptian destination, Alexandria, taking its total number of destinations to 12, serviced by Wataniya’s six A320 aircraft.
Wataniya Airways chairman and managing director, Abdulsalam Al Bahar, said: “We are delighted to participate at the Arabian Travel Market to showcase the success we have achieved in our first operational year and our near future plans to the thousands of ATM visitors.
“In 2009 we launched eight Middle East destinations, all with convenient daytime schedules for our valued guests. Now we have been able to add four new destinations, fulfilling increasing travel demands to some of the most popular European and Middle East destinations.”
George Cooper, CEO of Wataniya Airways said: “Our premium services and exclusive use of the Sheikh Saad Terminal at Kuwait International Airport mean that Wataniya Airways provides a unique and efficient travel experience for our guests, whether they are travelling from Kuwait or linking from other countries in the region. These new routes significantly extend the choice for travellers and we look forward to welcoming current and new guests on board our services.”
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