Kuwait Airways offers complimentary free stay in Vienna, Munich, Istanbul

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Kuwait Airways, the national carrier of the State of Kuwait, provides free full-board accommodation at a star-class hotel for passengers travelling to Vienna, Munich and Istanbul.

Free accommodation facilities includes business centre, café, restaurant, WI-FI facility, Jacuzzi/whirlpool, room service, safe deposit box and a swimming pool and room facilities includes balcony /terrace facing runaway, cable/satellite TV, Hairdryer, kitchenette, mini bar, etc. 

Further, Kuwait Airways has introduced an attractive Economy, Business and First Class fare to Vienna, Munich and Istanbul. Passengers could experience one of the best lounges in the region. The new Dasman Lounge at Kuwait International Airport is considered as one of the largest and the best in the Middle East with a capacity of over 150 passengers.

Kuwait Airways Country Manager Sri Lanka Sudesh Rupasinghe said passengers travelling on economy class to Vienna, Munich and Istanbul can now enjoy free lounge facility at Palm Strip Lounge Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) Colombo.  Kuwait Airways is the only carrier which provides this facility at present.

Kuwait Airways has started its operation to this ancestral heritage, Vienna with connections on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays with Airbus A320. For a very attractive package passengers can adventure the cultural beauty of Munich with connections on Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays in A340 aircraft. Kuwait Airways has daily connections with Airbus A320 to Istanbul which is a favourite tourist destination to many around the world. 

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