Kuwait Airways and Malaysia Airlines have signed a bilateral interline agreement that will allow passengers to book flights through each airline with ease.
The agreement was signed by the Chief Executive Officers of both airlines, Maen Razouqi and Izham Ismail, respectively. The partnership is expected to add value to customers and offer them various options, greater efficiency, and a more comprehensive network.
The interline agreement will enable both airlines to expand their global presence. Malaysia Airlines will expand its network further, making it easier for its passengers to fly into the Middle East, specifically into Kuwait Airways’ hub at Kuwait International Airport in Kuwait City.
In addition to flying into Kuwait, passengers in the Asia-Pacific area can now fly to Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates through Kuwait City.
Kuwait Airways CEO, Razouqi, stated that the agreement will further facilitate a strategic cooperation with Malaysia Airlines, across multiple areas and in all fields of the aviation sector.
Malaysia Airlines CEO, Ismail, agreed, saying that the interline agreement between the two airlines will bring expansion to both airlines’ global presence, providing a more comprehensive network for customers.
The agreement comes as a relief to passengers who previously had to book flights separately, causing inconvenience and sometimes leading to higher costs.
The interline agreement allows passengers to book flights through either airline with ease, providing a more efficient and cost-effective travel option.
The interline agreement between Kuwait Airways and Malaysia Airlines is expected to add value to customers and offer them a more comprehensive network.
The agreement will expand both airlines’ global presence, making it easier for passengers to fly to different parts of the world. The aviation sector will benefit from this partnership, and it is a positive development for the industry as a whole.