Wataniya Airways Launches BusinessFirst Product

Kuwait’s premium service airline, Wataniya Airways, has launched its new BusinessFirst cabin class. Effective immediately, the new product replaces the airline’s former first class cabin onboard its fleet of Airbus A320 jets and adds several improvements for business and leisure travellers over the benefits and comforts currently available.   On the ground, BusinessFirst guests enjoy … Continue reading

Wataniya Airways Inaugurates New Departure Lounge

Premium Economy passengers flying Kuwaiti premium service airline Wataniya Airways can look forward to a new lounge experience on the ground before their flight. The airline has opened a new facility at its exclusive Sheikh Saad Terminal to cater for increased passenger numbers as a result of its rapidly expanding network and held a ceremony attended by senior government officials … Continue reading

More Flights From Lufthansa And Wataniya Airways In The Middle East

Travellers in the Middle East can look forward to greater regional and inter-continental connectivity with greater frequencies and new flights from Lufthansa and Wataniya Airways. The German airline will fly daily to Bahrain and Dammam from Frankfurt, while Wataniya Airways adds the Egyptian Red Sea destination of Sharm el Sheikh to its network.   Lufthansa … Continue reading

Wataniya Airways Adds Regional Routes To Network

Kuwait-based Wataniya Airways has announced new routes to its network following the commencement of operations to Dubai in January. The airline added Beirut and Cairo to its list of destinations and will commence flights to Bahrain from 5 March 2009.   Wataniya Airways will fly to Beirut and Cairo daily, using its Airbus A320 aircraft … Continue reading

Wataniya Airways Take Delivery Of First A320, Commences Flights From Kuwait

New Kuwaiti full-service luxury airline Wataniya Airways has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320. The jet, registered 9K-EAA and bearing the distinctive Wataniya Airways livery, completed its maiden flight from Toulouse to Kuwait, arriviing at the Sheikh Saad Terminal on 22 January 2009.   The aircraft is configured with 26 first class and 96 … Continue reading