Kuwait airport, borders to open from Jan 2 but ban on direct entry for 35 countries to continue
Kuwait City: The cabinet of Kuwait has decided to open the international airport and land borders from January 2 onwards. The cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Al Khalid Al Sabah took the decision in this regard.
It was decided to close Kuwait international airport and borders from December 21 to January 1 considering COVID crisis. According to the cabinet decision, the ban on domestic and international flight services will be lifted from January 2.
Though the cabinet decided to open the airport and borders, the ban of 35 countries for direct entry to Kuwait will continue.
The Directorate General of the Civil Aviation (DGCA) also informed that the land and sea borders of the country also will be reopened from January 2. They added that the commercial flight services from and to Kuwait will start from January 2 at 4 am.