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Kuwait Airways takes ‘the world’s youngest fleet’ to Málaga and Alexandria


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Hot off the heels of its recent summer expansion into Europe and the Mediterranean, namely Trabzon (Turkey), Tbilisi (Georgia) and Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt), Kuwait Airways, the national airline of Kuwait and an airline with a remarkable and storied history in Sri Lanka spanning over four decades, is to further its expansion by operating into Málaga, one of the busiest airports in Spain and to Borg El Arab (Alexandria).

The introduction of these new destinations opens upa bevy of beautiful travel destinations for the seasoned traveller. 

Málaga, also known as “the capital of the Costa del Sol” in Andalusia, Spain is the second-most populous city of Andalusia and the sixth-largest in Spain. Among many famous locales the city is most famous as the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and is also home to the Museo Picasso Málaga, the Carmen Thyssen Museum and its famous sprawl of beaches. The Málaga harbor is also the second busiest cruise port of the Iberian Peninsula. 

Borg El Arab in Alexandria welcomes travellers to a land steeped in history, being Egypt’s main summer resort and tourist attraction, due to its public and private beaches and ancient history and museums, especially the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, based on reviving the ancient Library of Alexandria. 

These prime tourist destinations will all be serviced by the world’s youngest fleet which includes the airlines flagship Boeing 777-300ER aircraft operating out of Kuwait which is indeed good news for travellers. Kuwait Airways Country Manager Sri Lanka and Maldives, Sudesh Rupasinghe said: “The new destinations and aircraft operating in and out of Colombo have enabled the airline to offer a vastly improved and superior quality product coupled with access to the best tourist destinations in Europe and the Mediterranean along with the luxury and finesse of one of the best First and Business class cabins available today.”Kuwait Airways is the only airline to offer a consistent First and Business Class operation, flatbed and Wi-Fi on all flights from Colombo, further complimented by the luxurious First-Class cabins on the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft operating out of Kuwait which includes 80-degrees pitched, full flat beds, private suites, and full aisle access and connect to all major hubs in Europe, USA and the Middle East with convenient connections. All while ensuring passengers to these destinations also enjoy premium lounge facilities and Oasis Club frequent flier benefits as well.


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