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Kuwait Airways to operate from Heathrow Terminal 4

March 30- Kuwait Airways Corporation (KAC) will operate its flights Heathrow Airport’s terminal four instead of three from April 14. According to Izzat Al-Aryan, KAC’s assistant director of land services for passengers and shipping affairs, the change is as per the instructions of the British Airport Authorities.

Terminal 4 features two parking areas and a new system for luggage handling, he added, pointing out that seven counters have been provided to KAC at Area D and two counters for sales at Terminal 4.  The first two KAC flights to arrive at Terminal 4 will be KU 102, which will be arriving from New York, and KU 103, arriving from Kuwait.
 

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