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29/10/2018
DGCA General Director Yousef Al-Fouzan with the British Ambassador to Kuwait Michael Davenport

DGCA General Director Yousef Al-Fouzan with the British Ambassador to Kuwait Michael Davenport

Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) announced on Sunday that all Kuwait Airways' flights to Heathrow Airport, London would start departing from T4 building. DGCA General Director Yousef Al-Fouzan said in statement that the first flight of Kuwait Airways to London has departed in the presence of the British Ambassador to Kuwait Michael Davenport. All Kuwait Airways flights will commence their departure to all remaining destinations at the end of November. The General Director expressed his gratitude towards the government for its support in operating the new T4 building. Al-Fouzan also noted that the first operations of the T4 building was in departing flights to Dubai and other GCC cities, and the next phase would witness all destination of Kuwait Airways. Kuwait Airways was established in 1953 by a group of businessmen. Initially, the government took 50 percent of the airway's shares and in 1962, the government possessed full shares in the corporation