Kuwait Airways is seeking to double its share of passengers using Kuwait International Airport (KWI). For years, the emirate’s national carrier has lagged badly behind other airlines in the Gulf, with an increasingly archaic fleet that includes Airbus A300-600s and A310-300s. Passenger numbers have trailed off as inflight standards failed to keep pace with modern standards. The airline has 20% of passengers using the airport, which it hopes to increase to 40%-45%, the figure it ...

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