Kuwait Travel: Now traveling to Kuwait will become easier for Indian travelers. From Tuesday, the Gulf country will start direct commercial flights with India. Till now the flight service was banned due to Kovid related restrictions.
- After a long wait, travel to Kuwait becomes easy for Indian travelers
- Kuwait to resume commercial flights with India from Tuesday
- Last month it was announced to start flights from many countries including India
Travelers going from India to Kuwait should now get ready for their journey. The Civil Aviation Authority of the Gulf country said on Monday that Kuwait will once again resume direct commercial flights with India from Tuesday. Kuwait announced the resumption of flights with many countries including India last month but did not specify a time frame for it.
spectators can return to the stadium
Kuwait suspended its flight services with India and many other countries after the second wave of Corona spread. This service has been started once again after the situation becomes normal. Earlier on Sunday, Kuwait resumed direct flights with Egypt. On Monday, the Kuwait cabinet announced that sports fans would be allowed to return to stadiums with the start of the 2021-2020 season.
Service will start from many other countries
The Center for Government Communication said on Twitter that only vaccinated fans would be allowed to enter the stadium. In a cabinet statement last month, it was said that apart from India, Kuwait is going to resume flights with Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Nepal. The Gulf country had suspended commercial flights from many countries, including India, on the advice of health officials amid the increase in corona cases.
Corona rules have to be followed
Kuwait’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation announced in April that all passengers arriving directly from India or from any other country would not be allowed to enter Kuwait unless they had spent at least 14 days outside India. During the visit to Kuwait, the COVID-19 measures laid down by the Ministerial Committee will be carefully followed.