Flights to Kuwait depart daily from London
Explore the stylish blend of old and new Kuwait City with British Airways.
Flights to Kuwait
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Fly to Kuwait with British Airways to find one of the Middle East’s most striking modern city-states. Flights to Kuwait City take you to the vibrant tip of miles of desert planes, so there is little to see outside the capital, but its museums, shopping malls and beaches make it a varied destination in itself.
There are still traces of the Iraqi invasion in the 1990s, with the city’s Bait Al Watani museum dedicated to the events of the Gulf War, and protests are common but usually peaceful. For those who like heady heights, the Kuwait Towers are still one of the best place to for views over the Persian Gulf, with a restaurant and several cafés as well as a viewing sphere.
From London Heathrow (LHR), British Airways flights to Kuwait (KWI) take just 6 hours and 5 minutes. All are non-stop flights to Kuwait City, the nation’s capital. Kuwait does not observe daylight saving time, so in summer Kuwait City is 2 hours ahead of the UK, and in winter 3 hours ahead.
Flights to Kuwait depart daily from London, featuring the stylish, contemporary interiors of British Airways wide-bodied intercontinental jets. All flights include the choice of four cabins onboard, each embodying British Airways’ unique in-flight character – World Traveller, World Traveller Plus, Club World and First.
British Airways flights to Kuwait City depart every day, offering the simplicity of non-stop service to Kuwait’s capital from London’s key hub, London Heathrow Terminal 5, in only 6 hours and 5 minutes. Arrive in style, refreshed and relaxed for your trip, whether business or pleasure.
Non-stop flights to Kuwait land at Kuwait City’s international airport, located 10 miles south of the centre. Limousines and orange taxis are ready to take you into the city and onward to your destination – or charter your own car with driver for ease of getting around.
All Kuwait flights use the city’s airport (KWI), which incorporates a single terminal building with basic shopping and eating outlets, including a duty free mall, though standards can be patchy. Business and First passengers can gain access to a lounge with facilities including buffet dining, WiFi and showers. Alcohol is not available in Kuwait’s airport.