Kuwait

Cheap Flights to Kuwait

 

Gulf's most intriguing destination, Kuwait is just as oil rich as other Gulf countries but it has a simplicity unlike any of them. It remains an oasis in a land of desert plains. If you are planning to fly to this charming country, book your cheap flights from London to Kuwait with Crystal Travel which specialises in providing cost-effective flight tickets and lowest airfares. It is a simple solution to all your travel needs including flights, accommodation and car rental.

 

Giving you a chance to save huge amount of money on flight bookings, we offer attractive discounts on flight and airfare. With more than 30 years of experience, we are your preferred travel partner whom you trust to get best value London to Kuwait flight tickets. Enter your travel dates on our user-friendly search engine to look for flights to Kuwait and choose the most suitable airline. If you are flexible with your dates, you can save even more money on airfare. Try to book your flight in advance, at least three months prior to your date of journey to get benefits of the lowest rates.

 

Our travel experts are available 24*7 at your service. Call to enquire about your flight booking and to know about the latest flight offers. Book Kuwait flights with Crystal Travel and get ready to explore Kuwait in all its majesty.

 

 

Things You Should Know

 

  • The aerial distance from London, UK to Kuwait is 2,891 miles.
  • There are around 78 non-stop flights from London to Kuwait in a week.
  • Popular Airlines from London to Kuwait are Turkish Airlines, Pegasus Airlines, KLM, British Airways and Lufthansa.
  • Airport codes flights from London to Kuwait are London – LON / Kuwait - KWI.
  • Estimated flying time from London to Kuwait is 6 hours 45 minutes.

 

 

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Crystal Travel is committed to provide you the cheapest flight deals so that you are able to explore your desired destination hassle-free and without any worry. Forget about your expenses going out of budget while planning a trip as you can save huge money on flight bookings with Crystal Travel. With our easy-to-use and speedy search engine you will find Cheap Kuwait flights from all the major airlines at one place and be able to compare fares. Search and find the Cheap flights London to Kuwait amongst several leading airlines operating between London and Kuwait.

 

After booking your low-cost flights to Kuwait, you can also search for accommodation and car-hire in Kuwait so that you move freely using your own private transportation. Trust us to fulfil all your travel needs at the most affordable prices possible.

 

 

About Kuwait

 

A bustling metropolis of sky-touching buildings and luxury hotels, Kuwait is a mix of western liberalism and Islamic tradition. With a more authentic Arab feel, this city features many museums, souks, lively beaches and wonderful restaurants. It is also home to some of the most spectacular mosques and palaces. It might not have the glitz and glamour of the other oil-rich gulf countries but Kuwait remains one of the most fascinating destinations that travellers find interesting to explore. Buy your flight Tickets to Kuwait to fly to this ancient land and get ready to experience the Arab hospitality.

 

 

Best Time to Visit Kuwait

 

Summers are extremely hot and humid in Kuwait. Temperatures feel hot for about half of the year and the weather get milder in the other half with a very low chance of precipitation. Be prepared for the scorching sun and heat if you are visiting during the months of April to September. The city begins to cool down in November and onward months, with day temperature around 18 degrees. It is an ideal time for visiting Kuwait if you are planning to explore the beaches.

 

High Season: August is the most popular time to fly to Kuwait.

 

Low Season: October is the best time to beat the crowds.

 

 

Best Places to Visit in Kuwait

 

Tareq Rajab Museum: This fine ethnographic museum is housed in the basement of a large villa and exhibits inlaid musical instruments, Omani silver and Saudi gold jewellery, headdresses, costumes worn by princesses and Bahraini pearls. It is also popular for its Arabic manuscripts displayed in the Calligraphy Museum.

 

Souk: This souk retains the old charm of the city and portrays it in all its glory. It is a wonderful place to idle away few hours exploring the various shops and sampling delicacies. The souk is partly housed in the modern buildings that replicate the souks of the old times.

 

Scientific Centre: It boasts one of the largest aquariums in the Middle East that displays shoals of black-spotted sweetlips and the ingenious mudskipper. A section is also devoted to terrestrial desert animals. The complex also features an IMAX cinema and an interactive learning centre for children.

 

Kuwait House of National Works: A memorial museum that captures the horror of the Iraqi invasion and honours the sacrifices of Kuwaiti citizens, military and its allies that played an important role in the liberation of Kuwait. It is displayed by a set of well-crafted city models.

 

Kuwait Towers: Recognised as the symbols of the nation, Kuwait Towers was opened in 1979 and designed by a Swedish architectural firm. The largest tower rises to a height of 187 m and features a revolving observation deck, a gift shop and a cafe.

 

National Museum Complex: It was once the pride of Kuwait housing the most important collections of Islamic art in the world. After the Iraqi invasion, the national museum remains a shadow of its former self that is still trying to recover from its past. It displays several archaeological finds, sextants and colonial-era gramophones.

 

Al Hashemi Marine Museum: With an impressive collection of large, scale-model dhows, the museum features Al Hashemi II, the largest wooden boat on earth with 80.4m length, 18.7m width and 2500 tons weight. It also has 2002 Guinness Book of Records certificate to show it.

 

 

Airports Serving London & Kuwait

 

London: The city is home to six international airports including London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN) and London Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN). London Heathrow Airport is the largest airport in London with four terminals and the most air traffic. The airport also features a wide array of shops, food courts and lounges. Travellers can use of public transport such as buses, taxicabs and airport shuttle to reach different parts of the city.

 

Kuwait: Located in Farwaniya, Kuwait International Airport is spread over an area of 37.7 square kilometres serves as the primary hub for Kuwait Airways and Wataniya Airways. It also houses the Al Mubarak Air Base which is used by the Kuwait Air Force. The airport has two runways and will have five operational terminals by year 2022. It also features a multi-story parking and an airport mall.

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