Flights from India, Iran and Pakistan are currently suspended
Travellers arrive at Kuwait international Airport on Saturday, August 1, 2020. Commercial flights resumed at Kuwait International Airport today after five months of shut down due to the Covid-19 pandemic. AFP
Kuwait has reopened to international travel, but has banned flights from 31 countries deemed “high risk”.
The country started receiving commercial flights on Saturday after five months of suspensions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
However, Kuwait’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation has suspended commercial flights from “high alert countries” with a high number of Covid-19 cases.
The list includes: Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, India, Egypt, Bangladesh, Philippines, China, Nepal, Brazil, Colombia, Armenia, Syria, Spain, Singapore, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sri Lanka, Mexico, Indonesia, Chile, Hong Kong, Italy, North Macedonia, Moldova, Panama, Peru, Serbia, Montenegro, Dominican Republic and Kosovo.
Restrictions for travelling to Kuwait
The country has also put strict regulations in place for airlines and travellers.
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