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Kuwait Airways starts A330 operations from Colombo


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Kuwait Airways, the National carrier of the State of Kuwait is operating a new A330 from Colombo effective from 31 October. The carrier is also scheduled to start daily flights from Colombo. 

The A330-200 accommodates a three-class configuration of 17 full-sleeper first class modules, 30 very high-comfort business and 165 latest standard economy seats, a combination that shows a clear attention to comfort and efficiency detailed in the features that also include the latest entertainment systems, and connectivity throughout the cabin.

The A330 is one of the most popular wide body aircraft ever and has to date won over 1,500 orders, with over 1,100 flying with some 110 operators worldwide. 

The A330 family is part of the world’s most modern and comprehensive wide body product line, which also includes the larger A350 XWB and double deck A380. Together, the various family members and type variants efficiently cover all airline wide body requirements for regional, medium and long-haul operations, seating from 250 to over 500 passengers and sharing unique levels of operational commonality. 


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