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KAC eyes Gulf tourists

June 9 - The Kuwait Airways Corporation (KAC) is looking into meeting the increasing demand from Gulf tourists, particularly Dubai, and is stepping up efforts in this regard, said Director of Information and Public Relations, KAC, Naser Al-Oteibi, on Tuesday.
Oteibi pointed out that the company will develop its services keeping in mind the resources available.
 

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