Does Kuwait Airways serve alcohol?
Much like Saudi Arabian Airlines, Kuwait Airways (kuwaitairways.com) doesn’t serve alcohol or allow its passengers to carry or consume it. What Kuwait Airways lacks in terms of a drinks menu, it more than makes up for with its choice of in-flight food.
Does Kuwait Airways have premium economy?
Our award winning Premium Economy seats on our flagship B777 aircraft offer extra legroom for more comfort during the flight.
How do I upgrade from economy to business class on Kuwait Airways?
You can upgrade you flight booking using the miles by contacting the customer service of Kuwait Airways and by visiting the reservation counter at the airport. You can purchase an upgrade offered to you at the time of booking the flight, check-in or at the gate before departure.
Is Kuwait Airways good?
Kuwait Airways is Certified as a 3-Star Airline for the quality of its airport and onboard product and staff service. Product rating includes seats, amenities, food & beverages, IFE, cleanliness etc, and service rating is for both cabin staff and ground staff.
Are there business class seats on Kuwait Airways?
And below is a screen grab of the business class seat. The Collins Aerospace Super Diamond seat is popular with airlines, as dozens of other airlines offer this seat as well. Kuwait Airways also has five A350-900s on order. I would guess they’ll probably also get these seats, but only time will tell.
What kind of aircraft does Kuwait Airways use?
Kuwait Airways recently took delivery of two Airbus A330-800s simultaneously. The aircraft type is a rare one – with less than 20 -800s having been ordered and just these first two being delivered to Kuwait Airways. However, for those flying to and from Kuwait on these jets one day, what will the aircraft’s new business class seat look like?
What are the pros and cons of flying with Kuwait Airways?
Pros: exceptional price for an enclosed-suite first class. Cons: no major mileage partners, no alcohol, discriminatory policies, a required stopover in Ireland and many service failures. And the Kuwait City airport is appalling. Kuwait Airways has ambitions.
What’s the difference between Kuwait Airways and Ku Airlines?
Granted, KU is a dry airline, meaning no alcohol is served on board, whereas in first class on any one of the big Gulf carriers I could have had exceptional wine and Champagne. But again: We’re talking less than two grand for a suite here. I would survive. Flying on Kuwait Airways came with a huge caveat, though.