The General Administration of Civil Aviation said that the first flights of the plan to return domestic workers from high-risk countries will arrive at Kuwait International Airport next Monday.
The administration pointed out that the first phase will be from India and the Philippines after medical laboratories have been accredited abroad in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Health and the concerned authorities.
The administration had announced readiness to receive the first domestic workers starting next Monday, stressing that the success of their return plan from the banned countries would open the way for the return of the rest of residents from all countries.
Administration officials stated that the plan to return domestic workers takes 4 months, and will save costs on the sponsor who wants to return his domestic worker. However, by saying: The sponsor has the freedom to choose the arrival of his workers through direct flights to Kuwait or to choose an intermediary country (transit).