Flydubai announces special Kuwait offer
Kuwait, April 9, 2013
Dubai's low-cost carrier flydubai is offering a special 15 per cent discount on all flights to Kuwait from its hub in Dubai for travel between April 14 and May 30 as part of a four-day promotion which runs till April 11.
The Dubai carrier operates eight times a day to Kuwait with the return fares from Kuwait to Dubai priced at KD54 ($14.6).
As per the offer, customers can book the tickets for travel on Kuwait-Dubai sector between April 14 and May 30 and get 15 per cent off the lowest return fares.
Established in March 2008, the state-owned flydubai is the fastest growing start-up airline in the world.
Since commencing operations in June 2009, the airline has established a route network of more than 50 destinations across the Middle East, Africa, Indian Subcontinent, Asia and Central & Eastern Europe and has built up fleet of 28 aircraft.-TradeArabia News Service
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