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About Kuwait

Kuwait is a country in Western Asia that is formally known as the State of Kuwait. It is located on the northernmost tip of the Persian Gulf, bordering Iraq to the north and Saudi Arabia to the south. Kuwait and Iran have a maritime border. Kuwait’s coastline is approximately 500 kilometers long (311 mi). The majority of the country’s population lives in Kuwait City, the capital city’s metropolitan agglomeration. Kuwait has a population of 4.67 million people as of 2021, with 1.45 million Kuwaitis and 3.2 million foreign nationals from more than 100 countries.

Kuwait is classified as an emirate. The Emir is the country’s head of state, and the Al Sabah family is the governing family that controls the political system. Kuwait is a prosperous nation with a high-income economy and the world’s sixth-largest oil reserves. The Kuwaiti dinar is the world’s most valuable currency. Kuwait is the world’s fifth richest country in terms of per capita gross national income. Kuwait has the Arab world’s highest Human Development Index in 2009.

Kuwait Airport

Kuwait International Airport (IATA: KWI, ICAO: OKBK) is a large international airport in Kuwait’s Farwaniya Governorate. It is located 15.5 kilometers (9.6 miles) south of Kuwait City and covers 37.7 square kilometers (14.6 sq mi). Kuwait Airways and Jazeera Airways use it as their principal hub. Abdullah Al-Mubarak Air Base is a section of the airport complex that houses the Kuwait Air Force’s headquarters as well as the Kuwait Air Force Museum.

By 2022, Kuwait International Airport will have five numbered terminals in operation.

Kuwait Airport Facilities

  • Kuwait Airport offers passengers several duty free shops to buy from, special needs services, luggage storage, medical services, a pharmacy, cash machines, money exchange offices, prayer rooms, and smoking rooms. In addition, the airport provides family services such as traveler’s lounges with books, and TVs in order to assist all passengers. There are also amenities for disabled travelers, including wheelchair accessible ramps, lifts, and restrooms.

Frequently Aske Questions - Dubai to Kuwait Flights

Flights between Dubai and Kuwait have finally resumed. Emirates Airline and Kuwait Airways offer daily flights. Go book yours at www.akbartravels.com  

Kuwait has two main major airports for international flights. You can find the relevant details of both below:

Airport name Kuwait International Airport

IATA                       KWI

ICAO                       OKBK

Location             Kuwait International Airport, Ghazali Rd, Kuwait

No. of Terminals     5

Go to www.akbartravels.com now and just put in the dates you want to travel on. The website will automatically show you the latest and lowest fare at the top.

A direct flight is generally 1h 50m long.

The best season to visit Kuwait is in the spring (March through April) and fall Kuwait City is best visited between November and April. The spring season in Kuwait lasts from March to May, with temperatures ranging from 109.5°F (43.1°C) to 76.5°F (24.7°C). This is one of the slowest months in terms of tourism because there is no rain. The summer season runs from June through August, and the weather is hot and humid. 

Feel free to call our customer support at 800 1234 or drop us an email at gulfsupport@akbartravels.com .

Kindly follow below mentioned process to book your Dubai to Kuwait flight tickets:

  • • Login to your Akbar Travels account. Create one for free if you don’t have one already.
  • • In search part enter your details, like – source city (Dubai), destination city (Kuwait), travel date, travel date, number of travelers etc.
  • • Click on search and you will get the directory of all Dubai to Kuwait flights sorted by airfare with a wide range of filters.
  • • Apply desired filter like – Morning flight, non-stop flight etc. as per your requirement. Finally click on Book Now to proceed to payment.
  • • Apply promo codes to get additional discounts on your Dubai to Kuwait Tickets. 
  • • Once the payment is done you will receive the E-TICKET along with your invoice for your flight.

You need to follow the following simple steps to check the status and schedule for your Dubai to Kuwait Flight:

  • • Login to your Akbar Travels Account and visit the Flight Status Page.
  • • Choose Origin City as Dubai and Destination City as Kuwait.
  • • Enter your departure and Return date.
  • • Click on “GO” TAB and get the real time flight status for your Dubai to Kuwait Flight.

The amount of baggage one can carry depends on the airline your ticket has been booked on. But Your baggage information can also be found on your ticket or you can go check the airline you are traveling on to see specific baggage details.

You will board your flight at Dubai International Airport and deboard at Kuwait International Airport.

Visit our web check-in page, you will be asked to select your upcoming Dubai to Kuwait Flight Trip. Enter your PNR number and Last name and also select the seat of your choice. Some seats are free and some are paid. You can now even book your meals on Akbar Travels.

Dubai to Kannur Summarized Flight Info

Aerial Distance

881.63 km

Weekly Flights

60+ direct flights

Direct Flights

Emirates, Kuwait Airways, Fly Dubai and Jazeera  

Direct Flight Duration

1h 50m

Airport Code

DUBAI - DXB KUWAIT – KWI

Airports

 

Departure

Dubai International Airport

Arrival

Kuwait International Airport

 

Top Tourist Spots

Sree Meenakshi Amman Temple: Sree Meenakshi Amman Temple is one of South India’s most well-known temples. The massive temple dedicated to god Shiva and named for goddess Parvati spans over 6 hectares of land. Kulasekara Pandya designed and built the temple. As early as the 7th century, the temple was mentioned in poems sung by ancient saints. The ancient temple was destroyed during Malik Kapur’s invasion in 1310. The temple was repaired after Hindu monarchs reclaimed power, and the current shape is a contribution by the Nayaks who ruled Madurai during the 16th and 18th centuries. The thousand pillar hall is one of the temple’s most magnificent creations, and it is known for its architectural brilliance. It’s the temple’s museum, and the statues are magnificent.

Thirupparankundram Murugan Temple: Thirupparankundram is significant because it is one among the six spots where god Murugan has chosen to reside. This is where Lord Murugan is reported to have married Devasena. It is also thought to be the location where the sun and moon reside. This cave temple is dedicated to the element of earth, one of the five elements, and this hill is referred to as the ‘Southern Himalaya’ in many Tamil classical scriptures. It may surprise you to hear that the hill is home to both a Murugan temple and an Islamic shrine devoted to Sekunder. The architecture is just stunning.

Gandhi Museum: Gandhiji and Madurai have a special relationship. Gandhi revised his clothing code during his visit to Madurai, which he maintained till his death. After Gandhiji’s killing, the Gandhi Museum was built in his honor. Nayak Queen Rani built the edifice that now houses the museum in 1670 AD. In 1959, the building was finished and opened to the public. Gandhiji’s visual biography is shown in the museum’s Picture Gallery. In the Special Exhibition section, 265 images reflect the history of the struggle for freedom. The ‘Hall of Relics’ houses some of Gandhi’s personal things, both original and copies. Cultural events are held in the open-air theatre, which can accommodate 8000 people. The Gandhi Museum’s library houses a large collection of publications by Gandhiji as well as information about India’s cultural history.

Samanar Hills: The famed Meenakshi Amman Temple is 10 kilometers distant from Samanar Hills. Samanar, the Jains, utilized the caves located here. It is thought to date from the year 1 AD. The Jain carvings and sculptures discovered here are magnificent. The peak provides a spectacular view of Madurai. Pechchi Pallam is an ancient natural fountain that can be found here. It’s an excellent area to spend a lot of time alone.

Koodal Azhagar Temple: The Koodal Azhagar temple is regarded one of South India’s oldest temples. It is devoted to Vishnu, the Hindu divinity. It is located 2 kilometers west of the city. Madurai has a long and illustrious history, and it is well-known for its contributions to language, art, and culture. The Koodal Azhagar temple is one such example of old architecture’s brilliance. The architecture, sculptures, and paintings are all breathtaking.