The World – Kuwait
And civil aviation clarified via “Twitter”, that “according to the health authorities instructions and given the situation and the implications of the spread of the Covid 19 virus on high-risk countries, it was decided to ban commercial aviation coming from the following countries, India – Iran – China – Brazil – Colombia – Armenia – Bangladesh – Philippines. “
Commercial flights from Syria, Spain, Singapore, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Iraq, Mexico, Indonesia, Chile, Pakistan, Egypt, Lebanon, Hong Kong, Italy, Northern Macedonia, Moldova, Panama, Peru, Serbia, Montenegro, Dominican Republic, and Kosovo are also banned. until a further notice.
And regarding what has been reported today that some passengers arriving at Kuwait International Airport are excluded from the PCR examination certificate; The General Administration of Civil Aviation confirmed that “no passenger has been excluded from the need to obtain a PCR certificate to enter the State of Kuwait.”
Today, Kuwait International Airport has resumed operations to receive arrivals from several destinations. After stopping the air navigation movement in it for several months, because of the Corona pandemic.
Kuwait suspended flights to and from Kuwait International Airport on March 13; One of the precautionary measures to prevent an outbreak of corona virus (Covid 19).
On the 30th of last June, the Kuwaiti General Administration of Civil Aviation announced a plan to restart commercial flights at Kuwait International Airport; Through three main phases, it includes the resumption of activity as of the first of this August.