I traveled on Kuwait Airways recently to witness the transformation of the airline. I flew on their new A330-800neo from Dubai to Kuwait City. It was a night flight with rainy weather in Dubai and fog in Kuwait. During the flight, I explore both Kuwait Airways Business and Economy class products including the seat and food. Kuwait Airways is a dry airline.
I visited Kuwait Airways' integrated operational control center (IOCC) to see how an airline operates behind the scenes. Then I visited the cabin crew training center to see how the new crew are joining the airline after the pandemic. Next, I tried out the new inflight food. There’s also a Kuwait Airways museum gallery in their headquarter.
I interviewed Kuwait Airways CEO Maen Razouqi on the transformation of the state own carrier. It is not an easy task to transform. Previously it was functioning like a government department, the culture was bigger than the strategy. The airline needs stability and no political interference to succeed. I wish them luck and hope the blue bird will fly high and proud in the sky.
I flew out of Kuwait Airport Terminal 4 and reviewed Kuwait Airways’ Business Class lounge before departing. Have you flown Kuwait Airways recently? What are your thoughts and feedback on them?
Hi Sam do you have any infor for thé opening Time of thé lu museum. No info on their website. And they don t reply to email. I Guess it IS at their head office at Kuwait city aiport. Thanks thierry
Unfortunately no. It is inside the HQ of Kuwait Airways.