Kuwait Airways says that the suspension of Colombo Kuwait flights are only temporary and operations will resume soon.
Manager – Sri Lanka and Maldives, Sudesh Rupasinghe, making a statement said that they inform all stakeholders, including the Government of Sri Lanka, The Civil Aviation Authority and the public at large that they temporary suspended the flights to Colombo (effective January 2022) only due to COVID-19 pandemic consequences.
“Since 1975 Kuwait Airways has always been one of the most active airlines operating into Colombo and we are proud of what has been accomplished since our first operation to Sri Lanka. It is with great regret that a decision has been made to temporarily suspend our operations. Sri Lanka has been a very important route to the Airline and supported by our local representative (GSA) Delmege Air Services and the excellent cooperation between our two friendly countries, has experienced great success.
He also emphasised the higher management’s sincere appreciation towards the Government of Sri Lanka and Aviation Authorities for the cooperation and assistance extended to date and stressed that they are committed to offering its services to the island nation sooner rather than later.