Return of expatriates to Kuwait
Return of expatriates to Kuwait

In light of the restrictions imposed by the Corona virus pandemic on aviation traffic in Kuwait, and the decision of the country's health authorities to ban a list of 34 countries from traveling directly to Kuwait, stories of the suffering of expatriates stranded in their country and wanting to return to work again in Kuwait, where they began to seek refuge To intermediate countries to spend 14 days there as a quarantine period before returning again to the country, and at the forefront of these countries are the Emirates, especially Dubai, and Turkey. ...

 

To return to Kuwait, many funny and weeping stories, some of which were published on social media, others were documented with pictures and videos, and were circulated on “WhatsApp groups,” all of which reveal the suffering of many expatriates to return to Kuwait, in light of the high prices of airline tickets coming to Kuwait, in light of The Kuwaiti civil aviation authorities set the operational capacity of Kuwait airport at only 30% during the first phase of the airport’s operation, which led to a huge demand for flights coming to Kuwait in exchange for the limited supply of seats, given the inability of airlines to add exceptional flights to them as a result of restrictions Air traffic at Kuwait airport.

Sandan explained the travel ban to Kuwait from 34 countries, and the crazily high price of airline tickets coming to Kuwait, especially from Dubai and Turkey. Officials in tourism and travel agencies said that expatriates have begun to search for cheaper and less expensive alternative options for accommodation and airline tickets, which is what It prompted many to travel to Kuwait through countries such as Sudan and Ethiopia, as it is less expensive in the "Backage" flight back to Kuwait.