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Study in Kuwait - GETTING TO Kuwait

 

Study In Kuwait. Visit our www.StudyInKuwait.com blog.

 
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BY AIR     |    BY LAND    |    BY SEA 
 
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By Air

Kuwait's national airline, Kuwait Airways (KU), operates daily nonstop flights to Kuwait from London. Other airlines serving Kuwait include British Airways, Alitalia, Air France, KLM and Lufthansa Airlines.

Approximate flight times: From Kuwait to London is 6 hours, to New York is 13 hours, to Los Angeles is 19 hours, to Singapore is 11 hours 30 minutes and to Sydney is 17 hours.

Kuwait International Airport: Kuwait (KWI) (tel: 433 4499; 24-hour flight information), 16km (10 miles) south of Kuwait City (travel time – 25 minutes). Reliable transport to and from the city is available, including bus (travel time – 30 minutes) departing every 45 minutes (0600-2300) and taxi service. Airport facilities include restaurants, shops, cafeteria, bank/bureau de change, car rental (Al Mulla, Avis, Budget and Europcar), conference room and post office.
Website: http://www.kuwait-airport.com.kw/

Departure tax: KD2; children under 12 are exempt.

 
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By Land

Note: Owing to the current political and military situation in both Lebanon and southern Iraq, it is wise to check with the Embassy before selecting a route. There are excellent road links with Saudi Arabia and Iraq and hence on to Syria and Jordan.

Buses operate between Kuwait and Cairo via Aqaba in Jordan and Nuweiba in Egypt. There are also international bus services to Dammam in Saudi Arabia.

There are two preferred routes from the Mediterranean: Tripoli–Homs–Baghdad–Basra–Kuwait, and Beirut–Damascus– Amman–Kuwait. The latter route follows the Trans-Arabian Pipeline (TAP line) through Saudi Arabia; the former runs across the Syrian desert.

 
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By Sea

More than 30 shipping lines call regularly at Kuwait City, Kuwait's major port. Most traffic is commercial.

 
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