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Wataniya Airways celebrates first anniversary of Beirut service

Kuwait’s premium airline, Wataniya Airways, is celebrating the first anniversary of its Beirut service, sources told journalists on Wednesday. “We are delighted to celebrate the first anniversary of Wataniya Airways flights to Beirut. Our route has served Lebanese people living in Kuwait who travel on a regular basis, as well as thousands of Kuwaiti travellers who have a special relationship with Beirut and have travelled throughout the past year to Beirut for leisure or business purposes. We will continue to welcome the growing demand of travellers flying to Beirut, and we are looking forward to welcoming more guests when we bring three more of our class leading Airbus A320 aircraft into service later this year,” said Abdulsalam Al Bahar, Chairman of the airline.


Wataniya has a fleet of four custom-made A320 aircrafts and more will come later in the year, thus increasing the fleet size to seven.

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