KAC receives new aircraft

KUWAIT: Kuwait Airways Corporation Chairwoman Rasha Al Roumi inspecting the new plane. — Photos by Joseph Shagra

KUWAIT: Kuwait Airways Corporation Chairwoman Rasha Al Roumi inspecting the new plane. — Photos by Joseph Shagra

KUWAIT: The Kuwait Airways Corporation (KAC) witnessed on Friday the arrival of the new aircraft 833. The plane, which was received at the Kuwait International Airport, is one of the latest planes leased by the KAC as a part of broad deals to overhaul the national carrier’s fleet.

KAC Chairwoman Rasha Al Roumi and Engineer Abdullah Al-Sharhan, Chief Executive Officer of Kuwait Airways, with the Kuwait Airways’ staff inspected the new plane. Al Roumi noted that the KAC will receive more new planes in November 2015.
The new aircraft 833 of Kuwait Airways is equipped with the latest technology for the business and economy class making it more comfortable for the passengers to fly with.

Aircraft 833 has been equipped with technology to avoid deviation on the bleachers system which promotes awareness of the positions of different flight for the pilot during landing thus reducing exposure to risks of deviation on the runway.
Kuwait Airways have been able to provide distinctive products for the customers and delivers the best service that is the best in its class with more value.

The new plane has Internet connections and multiple leisure services, and USB charger for smart-phones. It includes multiple entertainment services, including online and telephone communications in addition to the existing screens in the seats that allows watching movies and soap operas.

Kuwait Airways aims at setting the standard for customer orientation and become an admired airline to fly. It provides clients a premium and a reliable economy product.

By Faten Omar


This article was published on 31/10/2015