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Thanks to its punctuality, warm staff, extraordinary service, flight maintenance and affordable pricing, Kuwait Airways is one of the most popular and preferred airlines by the passengers when it comes to booking flights from Abu Dhabi to their desired destination.
Overall, Kuwait Airways operates 2 flights from Abu Dhabi flying to 2 different destinations.
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Kuwait Airways flight from Abu Dhabi to Kuwait City
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Operating 2 flights from Abu Dhabi, Kuwait Airways’s first flight of the day, departs from Abu Dhabi at 01:15 for Kuwait City and Kuwait Airways’s last flight of the day, departs from Abu Dhabi at 08:05 for Kuwait City.
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About Abu Dhabi
While Abu Dhabi is not exactly a tourist destination when compared to Dubai, it is definitely a place where you can go just to relax and feel rejuvenated. Abu Dhabi is also the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Even though Dubai is considered as a more happening place, Abu Dhabi also has a certain charm to it. The Ferrari World is one of the major highlights and tourist attractions in Abu Dhabi. Not only will you get to see a lot of Ferraris, but you can even drive them to get a glimpse in the life of a race car driver. The city also has waterparks for everyone who is planning a vacation to the capital of the UAE with their family or group of friends. The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is not only beautiful, but it is also a marvellous piece of art architecturally. It is also a safe place for solo female travellers. You will find a lot of malls, too, to satisfy the shopaholic in you.
Best Time to Visit Abu Dhabi
November to March is an ideal time to visit Abu Dhabi since it is winter and the weather remains quite pleasant. It is the best time for you to go sightseeing. Since it is also a peak season in Abu Dhabi, you might even get a good deal on flights to Abu Dhabi during this time if you book well in advance. Make sure you also book your hotel in Abu Dhabi in advance since the prices tend to increase in winter. Since this is high season, you will find a lot of tourists in the city. You will also get to go sightseeing without feeling all dehydrated. This is also the best time for you to hit the beach and spend some time there. If you are travelling in March, you can attend the Abu Dhabi Festival or the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon.
The temperature ranges from 19 to 42 degree Celsius from April to October. While April and May are pleasant because of Spring, the months following May get hot, hotter and hottest. Hotel prices do stop dropping April onwards. For all the book lovers, you can attend the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair in April and May. The temperature increases considerably in June till August, but if you just want to be by the pool or indulge in expensive spa treatments and pamper yourself, you can plan a trip during these months. The hotel prices also drop a lot during these months since the city does not have a lot of tourists. It also rains inconsistently during these months, which might put a damper on your sightseeing plans. The temperature starts dropping during September and October since it is the end of summer. This is also one of the best times to head to Abu Dhabi if you want to attend the Abu Dhabi Film Festival, the Emirates International Date Palm Festival or the Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Places to Visit in Abu Dhabi
Yas Mall at Yas Island and Marina Mall is the most popular malls in Abu Dhabi for tourists. The Ferrari World is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city and quite the luxurious ones, too. You also get to drive one of the cars to experience what it is like to be an F1 driver. Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is one of the two mosques in UAE that is open to non-Muslims, too. It is also one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in the country. Abu Dhabi does not deprive you of the beach fun that you might want. You can head to the Saadiyat Public Beach or the Corniche. You can also visit Al Lulu Island to indulge in beach and water activities. It is another tourist destination in Abu Dhabi that is quite popular. You can attend free concerts at Corniche or just enjoy the sunset by the beach with a cup of ice cream. You can also book a hotel in Abu Dhabi in Corniche and stay here for a couple of days.
While you are in Abu Dhabi, you might also want to stay at the Empire Palace for a night or two. Even if you are not, the resort is open for non-guests to book spa treatments here and indulge in a traditional hammam experience. Not to mention, you might also want to put on your fanciest outfit here. You can also head for a desert safari on a jeep or try any of the other desert tours arranged by tour companies here. It is one of the major highlights of Abu Dhabi. Head over to the Emirates Park Zoo with your family, and you'll get to see over 1700 animals here. The zoo is home to lions, cheetahs, Siberian bears, white tigers and so on. You can also have breakfast with giraffes and parrots here. Another lovely tourist attraction is the Warner Bros World. It is a fun theme park that has rides like The Joker Funhouse, Tom and Jerry: Swiss Cheese Spin, The Scooby-Doo: Museum of Mysteries and so on. You can also visit the Al Jahili Fort and Heritage Village in Abu Dhabi.
Things to do in Abu Dhabi
Sightseeing is one of the major tourist activities in the city. You can go to the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque to know more about the culture and to admire the sheer architecture of the mosque. You can also spend a day shopping at some of the best malls in Abu Dhabi. If you are travelling during the sale, you might even get to buy a lot of high-end fashion products at an affordable price. Visit the Emirates Palace. If you are not staying at the majestic resort, you can still indulge in self-pampering spa treatments and a relaxing hammam (a Turkish bath). You can also indulge in water and beach activities at Corniche. Going on a desert safari is another popular activity that tourists in Abu Dhabi take up. Spend a day at Ferrari World and take lots of pictures, too.
Foods and Restaurant
Like Dubai, you will find a variety of cuisine in Abu Dhabi, too. Be it Indian cuisine or Mexican, Korean, Chinese, or even Russian food, and you will find whatever you feel like eating here. However, trying out the local food is a must to complete your holiday experience at Abu Dhabi. Some of the important ingredients include the famous Middle Eastern spices like cinnamon, saffron, turmeric and cardamom. Cuisines made of chickpeas are also quite popular in Abu Dhabi. If you want to grab a bite as soon as you land, before you head to your hotel, you can go to Madang Korean Restaurant which is near Terminal 2. Cabana Beach Bar and Grill at Corniche is a popular place to have healthy food or European cuisine. You can also head to The Terrace On The Corniche or Kuzbara for authentic Middle Eastern food. Khayal Restaurant is popular for its variety of cuisines. It offers Japanese, Arabic, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Asian food in its menu. Treat yourself to delicious burgers and shakes at Black Tap Craft Burgers & Shakes at Yas Mall. Hoi An is an interesting place to head to if you want to try out Vietnamese or other Asian food. The service is great, so is the ambience. Dino's Bistro Italiano and Villa Toscana are known for their expertise in Italian cuisine. In fact, at Villa Tuscana, you can also choose between the Mediterranean, Tuscan and European food. Desert Lotus Thai Bisto & Sushi has the best Thai food in the city, and you will simply love the sushi here. If you want to try authentic Indian food, you can head to Punjab Grill at The Ritz-Carlton Grand Canal.
How to reach Abu Dhabi (Transportation)
The Abu Dhabi International Airport is the second busiest airport in the United Arab Emirates. The flight connectivity from Abu Dhabi to other cities and countries is excellent. There are a few direct flights to Abu Dhabi from India on a daily basis, and it takes about 3 to 4 hours only to reach. While you might choose Etihad Airways or Emirates to fly to the Middle East, other airlines like GoAir, British Airways, Gulf Air, Qatar Airways, Srilankan Airlines frequently fly to and from Abu Dhabi. The airport is only 30 km from the main city, and it is quite easy to get a taxi service from the airport to your hotel. Abu Dhabi International Airport is quite a luxe with a lot of facilities. It has airport lounges, premium spa facilities, sleeping pods, children's play area, shopping areas and a lot of international dining options. You will certainly not get bored if at all if you have to wait for a few more hours to board your flight. If you are travelling by Etihad, they also have premium lounges and spa facilities for their passengers at the airport.
About Kuwait Airways
Kuwait Airways is the national flag carrier of Kuwait and has its headquarters on the grounds of the Kuwait International Airport, located in Al Farwaniyah Governorate. The airline operates varied international routes across the Middle East as well as caters to the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, Europe and North America. The airline has its base at Kuwait International Airport. It is also a member of the Arab Air Carriers Organisation, a non-political and non-profit organisation that accommodates about 30 constituent airlines with members from around 18 countries. Kuwait Airways was founded by a group of businessmen in 1953 and was named Kuwait National Airways. In the initial days of the airline's commencement, the Kuwait government took a 50 per cent share in the airline. The same year, the airline struck a five-year management deal with British International Airlines, a British Overseas Airways Corporation subsidiary located in Kuwait. The management corporation basically handled all the flights along with the maintenance services for Kuwait Airways.
The airline purchased two Dakotas to join its fleet the same year which carried 8,966 passengers in total, in its first year of operations. In 1955, the airline dropped 'national' from its name and adopted Kuwait Airways as the official name for the airline. They also signed a new contract where operations and management handlings were directly taken up by BOAC (British Overseas Airways Corporation). In 1962, Kuwait Airways ordered two Trident type-aircraft, becoming the manufacturer's first customer. The airline continued to acquire more aircraft to join its fleet as they placed orders for a Comet 4C and three BAC One-Elevens. The following year, they received their first Comet and the airline added one more order for the same aircraft. In the same year, the Kuwait government expressed interest in the airline and increased its participation by 100 per cent in Kuwait Airways. In 1964, the airline chartered a new international route and added its first European destination as a flight to London was inaugurated with Comet. They extended their Middle East reach too by operating in cities such as Beirut, Doha, Bahrain, Adaban, Bombay, Geneva, Karachi, Paris, Frankfurt, Cairo and Dhahran.
By 1980, the airline acquired about 5,400 employees while its fleet expansion included new Boeing aircraft such as Boeing 707-320Cs, Boeing 747-200Bs, Boeing 727-200s and Boeing 737-200. In the mid-1980s though, Kuwait Airways started acquiring Airbus A310-200s to its place to replace the Boeing 707s on the international routes of Asia, the Middle East and Europe. The city of Kuwait witnessed significant demand from the India market which resulted in the formation of Jet Airways, where both Kuwait Airways and Gulf Air held 20 percent of equity stakes each. However, due to some changes in the Indian law to allow foreign carriers to hold stakes in the domestic airlines, Kuwait Airways sold their 20 per cent shares to the chairman of Jet Airways, Naresh Goyal. In 2015, after a hiatus of nearly 17 years, Kuwait Airways resumed the flight operations to Munich in Germany. They further resumed flights to Istanbul-Atatürk as well after a three-year break. In the same year, Kuwait Airways made an addition of a new Indian destination, Bangalore, to be part of its list of top cities.
Kuwait Airways currently holds several subsidiaries that are undergoing privatisation processes. These include Kuwait Aviation Services Co., Automated Systems Co., ALAFCO. Some of the alliances that the airlines associated with during the 1990 War are now defunct. These include Shorouk Air and Jet Airways.
Fleet size of Kuwait Airways
As of 2020, Kuwait Airways' fleet size stands at 31 aircraft that are all variants from the Airbus family with 10 Boeing 777-300ERs. In 2013, Kuwait Airways boasted one of the oldest fleets across the Middle East, which averaged 20 years. The same year, they also commenced a maintenance facility to ensure the conditions of their fleet and keep a check on its maintenance requirements. Kuwait Airways also signed a memorandum of understanding with Airbus to acquire around 15 A320neos and ten A350-900s to join the fleet. The deliveries of the mentioned aircraft would be made between 2019 to 2022. Meanwhile, they leased seven A320s and five A330-200s from Airbus, while awaiting their newer aircraft.
Kuwait Airways also expressed its intention to purchase ten Boeing 777-300ERs, which they made known in 2014. They went ahead and even placed an order for the same at a whopping cost of USD 3.3 billion. The deliveries of the same were received by 2016. In 2014, adding more panache to its fleet, the airline received delivery of its first Airbus A320, which catered to their fleet expansion and upgradation plan. With Kuwait Airways' rebranding in 2016, the airline also received its first Boeing 777-300ER, marking the arrival of the airline's first fully owned brand new aircraft after 20 years of using the old fleet.
Kuwait Airways follows the global standard of baggage allowance for passengers travelling by the business class and economy class cabins. The baggage allowance on Kuwait Airways majorly depends on the cabin class and nothing else. Passengers travelling by the premium classes such as royal or business receive a free checked baggage quantity of three pieces with a weight that can go up to 32 kg per bag. Meanwhile, the maximum dimension of the bags should not exceed more than 300 cm in total. As for the travellers travelling by the economy class, the airline allows two pieces of free baggage with a weight that cannot exceed 23 kg each. The maximum dimension for bags should not exceed more than 158 cm. Additionally, Kuwait Airways does allow carry-on baggage which differs depending on the cabin class of the passenger. In case the weight of the baggage exceeds the weight specified by the airline's protocols, extra baggage might have to be purchased. Similarly, the airline also expects the passengers to adhere to the baggage rules as they are essential.
Kuwait Airways promotes world-class facilities and in-flight services that attract passengers. As an airline with a fleet that accommodates many wide-body aircraft that are well-equipped with the latest upgrades, it easily manages to provide the best hospitality onboard. Passengers can rest assured that the journey would be an experience of a lifetime as the in-flight services teamed with their exquisite in-flight meals and entertainment systems are all luxurious. The airline is one of the handfuls in the world to not accommodate alcohol and pork onboard, following religious practices.
Popular routes and top cities for Kuwait Airways
As of 2020, Kuwait Airways has managed to make a name for itself with its illustrious international route and domestic route connectivity. The airline caters to about 51 international cities spread across Asia, Europe, North American and Africa, from its hub airport in Kuwait City. Some of the top cities for Kuwait Airways include Abu Dhabi, Alexandria, Bangkok, Bodrum, Cairo, Colombo, Dammam, Dhaka, Doha, Dubai, Frankfurt, Geneva, Istanbul, Jeddah, Kuwait City, London, Manila, Medina, Milan, Munich, Muscat, Paris, Rome, Tehran and Varna. The city of Kuwait has also witnessed tremendous demand and passenger traffic from many Indian cities. Hence, to cater to the same, the airline has also extended its support to accommodating better connectivity in India by flying to a bunch of cities and not just the capital. Some of the top Indian cities that have impeccable connectivity of Kuwait Airways are Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore and Ahmedabad. Further, they plan to expand the reach and enhance their presence in more Indian cities.
Why travel by Kuwait Airways?
Kuwait Airways' Oasis Club is an interesting frequent flyers miles program. Known to be one of the best airlines in the Middle East, the services provided by the airline to cater to the upscale lifestyle of many passengers is a responsibility taken up by the airline. Hence, their Oasis Club's benefits are majorly towards adding more flyer miles to the customer's kitty. Interestingly, the airline enables partnerships with many top hotels in the country where the customer can either earn or splurge the miles accumulated. Thorough details regarding Oasis Club can be found on Kuwait Airways' website. Speaking of which, the airline's website is the perfect place to learn more about flights and destinations that the airline caters to.
The airline's website enables passengers to do web check-ins and simultaneously learn about flight status. Booking a Kuwait Airways flight ticket on their website is also not cumbersome as the interface is very user-friendly. Following the flight bookings, Kuwait Airways does share a list of policies and protocols that the passenger should adhere to, along with details of baggage allowance, in-flight services that can be availed and lounge accessibility. Passengers can also learn more about Kuwait Airways' flight schedules and other such necessary details that would be pertinent when booking flights. Basically, the airline provides all important information along with unmatched services that make it one of the best airlines, not just in the Middle East but also across continents.
About Abu Dhabi Airport
Abu Dhabi International Airport is the only airport in Emirates of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, to cater to international flights and airlines. After Dubai International Airport, Abu Dhabi International Airport is the second largest in UAE, which can accommodate 20 million passengers. The airport has three operational terminals for passengers. It is sprawled across 8,500 acres of land and provides services to over 30 airlines which fly to over 120 destinations. The airport is primarily the hub for Etihad Airways, which is also UAE's second flag carrier airline, after Emirates. The airport sees tremendous air traffic and passenger traffic for being a hub city and the capital of the United Arab Emirates.
About Airport Terminals
The airport has three terminals in total. Terminal 1 is the oldest building at the Abu Dhabi International Airport. The terminal features arrivals and departure areas with nine gates and jetbridges. The airport also has check-in and arrivals equipped in a separate location that is connected to the building. Terminal 2 is comparatively new and located on the east side of Terminal 1. There are 19 check-in counters along with two baggage claim conveyor belts. It mainly caters to low-cost carriers only. Terminal 3 is fairly new from the other two terminals and has the capacity to hold bigger flights, including Airbus A380s that are flown by Etihad Airways.
About Airport Authority
Abu Dhabi International Airport is currently operated by Abu Dhabi Airports Company, which came into existence in 2006. ADAC has since offered a plethora of services to the aviation industry and Abu Dhabi airports. Along with Abu Dhabi International Airport, the organization also caters to managing Al Bateen Executive Airport, Al Ain International Airport, Sir Bani Airport and Dalma Airport.
Top airlines flying from Abu Dhabi International Airport
Abu Dhabi sees tremendous passenger traffic from Indian cities and hence, accommodates flights from an Indian airline. Some of the airlines that operate from Abu Dhabi International Airport are Air India, Air India Express, GoAir and IndiGo.
In terms of international airlines, the ones that operate from Abu Dhabi International Airport include, AnadoluJet, Biman Bangladesh Airlines, British Airways, EgyptAir, Etihad Airways, Gulf Air, KLM, Kuwait Airways, Oman Air, Pakistan International Airlines, Royal Jordanian, Saudia, SriLankan, Turkish Airlines and Turkmenistan Airlines.
Facilities at Abu Dhabi International Airport
WiFi - You can connect to the airport's free wireless network. All you would need to do is to follow some steps to get access to Abu Dhabi International Airport's WiFi connection. Plus, there are internet kiosks available for free. At the departure terminals, you can find about 50 internet kiosks. It is free of cost so you can simply just go over to the kiosk and use the facility. Airport lounges also have wireless connections that you can avail.
ATM and foreign exchange - The airport has many ATMs and foreign-exchange booths available at regular intervals. There are about 16 currency exchange facilities that are present at Abu Dhabi International Airport. There are local banks also present at the airport where you can make transfers and deposits along with cash withdrawals. The prices are also quite reasonable for foreign exchange. A dedicated agency, Travelex, is available at the airport.
Medical services - Abu Dhabi International Airport is also equipped to take care of medical emergencies that take place at the premise. There is a 24-hour clinic to ensure that medical services are available at all times. There is also a paramedic with an ambulance which will take the emergency case to the nearest local hospital. The information desk and 'May I Help You' counters will assist you with this service. Plus, the airport also has pharmacies installed at regular intervals.
Smoking zones - All terminals at Abu Dhabi International Airport are non-smoking buildings. Hence, there are specific smoking zones that have been installed. Smoothing lounges and booths are located in each terminal and are enclosed. The booths also have good air quality that you can enjoy while you smoke a cigarette.
Multi-faith room - Separate prayer rooms have been installed for men and women at Abu Dhabi International Airport. They are present at all terminals of the airport. Intending to value diverse faith, the airport has ensured to have multi-faith rooms at all levels of the terminals. Wheelchairs are also accessible at the prayer rooms.
Airport lounges - Overall, Abu Dhabi International Airport has six airport lounges. In fact, four of the airport lounges are actually owned by Etihad Airways. While terminal 1 has Al Reem Lounge, Al Dhabi Lounge, Etihad Premium Lounge, Terminal 3 houses Etihad First Class Lounge and Spa, Etihad Premium Lounge and Etihad US Premium Lounge. These lounge experiences are one of a kind. Not to mention how the airport also has a dedicated Etihad Arrivals Lounge as well for international travellers. The facilities at the lounge are top-notch with exceptional services and hospitality.
Airport hotels - An in-house hotel is also available at Abu Dhabi International Airport. You can visit Aerotel to benefit from their world-class facilities and to unwind. The hotel is located in Terminal 1 and has been aesthetically designed to please the senses of international travellers. Premier Inn Hotel is also present within the airport premise that you can check out. Premier Inn is also very convenient and recognized for its high standards with respect to providing quality services with modern amenities.
Baggage services - The airport offers a plethora of baggage services ranging from wrapping to storage. In case you need to save your luggage from possibilities of theft and mishandling, you can get them wrapped in plastic. Further, on the same, you can also seal your baggage to prevent them from external damages. You can ship your luggage to a delivery address too instead of going yourself. There are storage facilities also available at the airport where you can keep your luggage, especially if it's a layover or if you need to spend time at the airport before the next flight.
Spa - There are two spas available at the airport's premise. Six Senses Spa is located within the Etihad Diamond First and Pearl Business Class lounges. Meanwhile, TOSA Spa, an award-winning spa chain of the Middle East, Maldives and India, is also available at the airport's Terminal 1. You can avail a string of services from the spas for relaxation. Body massage and other treatments are also there with separate rooms for women and men. Along with this, they also have separate changing rooms for men and women.
Special assistance - The airport caters to special assistance services that travellers require. This includes helping out passengers with reduced mobility and to take care of their trolleys, among a few. You can speak with your airlines in advance to book special assistance. The trained staff will help you through the process and even enable a comfortable experience at Abu Dhabi International Airport.
Nursing stations - For all the parents who are travelling with infants and young babies, there are dedicated nursing stations available at all terminals. There are entertainment decks for kids as well as nursing rooms for new mothers with infants. Plus, the rooms are sanitized and kept in a hygienic condition.
How to reach Abu Dhabi International Airport
One of the best things about the airport is its facilities that enable direct connections to the city centre. If you need to reach Abu Dhabi International Airport, you can always take a bus as it is economical and convenient. The air-conditioned buses are available from the bus stop to within the city. You can find the stops outside Terminals 1, 2 and 3. There are blue and white signs that indicate to the bus stops. You can follow them, or you can ask for more details at the airport's information desk. You can reach Abu Dhabi International Airport from any part of the city thanks to their bus services. Depending on where you wish to go, the buses have services to those routes. The ticket cost is also very affordable and menial. It would take close to 45 minutes to reach the Abu Dhabi International Airport from the city, depending on the traffic.
Taxicabs and rentals
There are luxury airport taxis that you can find at the airport. They are available at all the terminals, close to the arrivals. A clear signpost is also present to indicate the taxi services. There are male and female drivers who are well-equipped with the city's geography as well as international languages. You can also reach the Abu Dhabi International Airport by availing tax services. In fact, you can actually book for a ride online or check with your airlines for provisions of the same. Hotels in Abu Dhabi also have facilities for an airport shuttle. You can benefit from the same to reach Abu Dhabi International Airport without any hassle. As long as you make prior bookings, you wouldn't have to worry about anything with respect to reaching the Abu Dhabi International Airport.