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Wataniya Airways launches Vienna service

June 3 - Kuwaiti airline Wataniya Airways launched a service to Vienna on Wednesday. The service will operate three times a week on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, said an airline official.

Vienna is the carrier’s 11th destination and its second European destination launched since the airline began operations in January 2009.
 

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