Kuwait Airways offers amazing deals on key destinations

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  • Delmege Air Services appointed new GSA for Sri Lanka/Maldives
        Kuwait Airways, the national carrier of the State of Kuwait, signed an agreement with Delmege Air Services Ltd., to operate as its GSA in Sri Lanka. The Delmege Group boasts a wealth of expertise in many diversified lines of business and further boosts the airline’s service offering both in Sri Lanka and regionally. Offering the best rates on key destinations in the Gulf/Middle East, Europe, the UK and USA, the airline now operates six flights weekly to London, Rome, Paris, Frankfurt and New York via Kuwait City, which is a distinct advantage to both leisure and business travellers on all sectors the airline’s operate on. Among the many services that passengers can avail of are Maraheb Passenger Services at Kuwait International Airport that is available to all passengers flying Kuwait Airways. “This new partnership further enhances the airline’s services to passengers from Sri Lanka, while further boosting the Delmege Group’s strength in passenger and cargo services to our clients in the region,” said Ravi De Silva, Director/CEO of Delmege Air Services, elaborating on the new partnership. The new partnership also sees Kuwait Airways moving to its new, graciously appointed offices, conveniently located at 86, Dharmapala Mawatha, Colombo 7, within easy reach of the bustling metropolis, residential districts and shopping centres. “We are extremely proud to have Delmege as our GSA in Sri Lanka. The partnership will, no doubt, give us the backing and added impetus in providing the best of passenger and cargo services to our discerning clients both in Sri Lanka, the region and from elsewhere. With the added bonus of six flights a week to key European and US destinations, we are confident that both loyal Kuwait Airways passengers and potential clients will experience the high levels of service and value for money rates that we have to offer,” said Sudesh Rupasinghe, District Sales Manager of Kuwait Airways for Sri Lanka and Maldives. Kuwait Airways, which commenced operations to Colombo way back in 1978, continues to maintain close ties and was the recipient of the Global Commerce Excellence Award in recognition of the airline’s role in maintaining international partnership and supporting the national economy through services and job creation in the tourism sector. The awards were first of its kind to honour international companies and chambers that were present in Sri Lanka during the conflict period.