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Kuwait Airways offers flatbed facility on all ex-Colombo flights

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Kuwait Airways, the national carrier of the State of Kuwait, offers the flatbed facility on its flight from Colombo with the introduction of the new A330-200 service from Colombo. 
Kuwait Airways operates daily flights from Colombo in the state-of-art brand-new A330-200. The A330-200 is one of the most popular wide-body aircraft ever and has to date won over 1,500 orders, with over 1,100 flying with 110 operators worldwide.
The A330-200 wide-body aircraft provides all passengers with an abundance of personal space and the modern cabin allows for 18-inch wide seats that can bring a level of comfort and relaxation to long-haul flights, even in economy. A330s also provide the quietest cabins in their class, while ambient lighting options add to the A330-200’s stylish and classy design and help reduce the effects of jetlag.
A330-200 accommodates a three-class configuration of 17 full-sleeper first class modules, 30 very high-comfort business and 165 latest standard economy seats, a combination that shows a clear attention to comfort and efficiency detailed in the features that also include the latest entertainment systems and connectivity throughout the cabin. The A330-200 offers passengers the most modern fourth-generation in-flight entertainment, including video-on-demand, as well Wi-Fi connectivity.
Kuwait Airways Country Manager Sudesh Rupasinghe in a statement said, “From Colombo, Kuwait Airways is the only airline that provides the consistent flatbed facility and Wi-Fi on all flights ex-Colombo.”
Kuwait Airways has introduced ‘The Summer Sale’ exclusively designed to suit all travellers to European sectors such as London, Rome, Paris, Geneva, Munich, Frankfurt and Istanbul return air fares starting from Rs.42,300 for Economy Class travellers and Rs.140,000 for Business Class travellers. Kuwait Airways provides free lounge facility to Europe/US Economy Class passengers at the Palm Strip Lounge, Bandaranaike International Airport. 
In addition to the Big Sale, this offer would be applicable to Gulf/Middle Eastern sectors such as Dubai, Amman, Muscat, Beirut, Doha, Riyadh, Dammam, Bahrain, Jeddah and Madinah. 
All Economy Class travellers will enjoy 46KGS of baggage allowance additionally with 07KGS hand luggage and the Business Class Travellers would be entitled to carry 64KGS baggage allowance with 11KGS hand luggage. 

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