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About Kuwait Airways

Kuwait Airways is the national airline and national flag carrier of Kuwait and is member of the Arab Air Carriers Organization. It was formed by a group of Kuwaiti businessmen in 1953 but started to operate in 1954. International flights are operated throughout the Middle East, Indian Subcontinent, Europe, Southeast Asia and North America. Government has taken its 50% share. In 1963 the government has increased its participant to 100%. The main base of this airline is situated at Kuwait International Airport and from this airport flights to various domestic and international destinations are operated.

Kuwait Airways is the member of the Arab Air carriers Organization and it connects 41 destinations to Kuwait city worldwide. The fleet of this airline is consists of 17 aircrafts which include three A320, 200s, three A310, 300s, five A300, 605Rs, four A340, 300s and two Boeing B777s. Cheap flight option are available for various cities in Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia and South East Asia. The main destinations in these countries are Alexandria, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Assuit, Tehran, Cairo, Colombo, Jakarta, and Luxor, Sharm el Sheikh, Casablanca, Dhaka, Islamabad, Lahore, Manila, Manama, Amman, Beirut, Muscat, Doha, Dammam, Jeddah, Madinah, Riyadh, Damascus, Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Various Indian cities are also covered by it. The major Indian cities which are covered by it are Cochin, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai and Trivandrum.

About Dunedin (DUD)

Situated on the south-eastern coast of New Zealand's south island, Dunedin is the second largest city of New Zealand. Being the principal city of the Otago Region, the city is well known for its spectacular beauty. The verdant chains of hills, the deep lush valleys, sprawling meadows and long natural harbour, all add more charm to this delightful city. This is the oldest city of New Zealand which is imbibed with the ancient Scotland heritage. The city presents a unique land which comprises of proofs of rich cultural heritage, superfine architecture, and flourishing wildlife reserves. Within the city's periphery lies the Otago Peninsula, which is famous for its wildlife reserves including Royal Albatross breeding ground and yellow-eyed and little blue penguin colonies. There is a multitude of museums and galleries around Dunedin among whom the most famous are Settlers Museum, Dunedin Art Gallery and Otago Museum. People from different parts of the world hurl to this city for unique sightseeing which opens to them the nature's bewitching treasure trove. Bracken's view, Signal Hill, Mount Cargill, Flagstaff, Unity Park and Rotary Park are few chosen sightseeing. As the land abounds in nature beauty, there are specified walking tracks made for inhabitants and tourists to enjoy the nature bliss. Jewellery lovers find rejoicing time here while shopping for rings and other jewelleries made from pure titanium, platinum, yellow gold, rose gold, white gold and silver. Besides you can bag hundreds of books. Dunedin offers you diversity in accommodation like luxury-boutique, bed & breakfast, self contained apartments, motels, farm stays, holiday parks and backpackers specials. Not only the pure colours of New Zealand, Dunedin has every bit of variety in every corner of its land. If you wish to taste this diversity in its entirety, fly to the city of Dunedin. Wrapping up the travel package with any ordinary travel organization can get bit costly to you, but with MakeMyTrip it will pack within your budget. MakeMyTrip, India's leading travel portal offers a multitude of cheap rated travel packaged to Dunedin. To get cheap flight tickets, choicest of accommodation and promotional offers, book online tickets to Dunedin.

About Dunedin International Airport

Registered Office: Terminal Building, Dunedin Airport, 25 Miller Rd, Momona | Postal Address: Private Bag 1922, Dunedin
Tel: (03) 486 2879 ext 0 | Fax: (03) 486 2813