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 Lima (LIM)
Overlooking the Pacific Ocean and laying on the desert coast, Lima is the capital and the largest city of Peru. This beautiful city is nestled in thew valleys of Chillon, Rimac and Lurin Rivers. The history of this place traces back to pre-Columbian era. Mounted at an elevation of 1,600ft above the mean sea level, the land comprises clusters of isolated hills. Despite its location in the tropics and desert, Lima has a climate that is pleasantly mild. Lima abounds with structures that were built during 16th, 17th and further centuries. Raised in 16th century, Iglesia de Santo Domingo and its monasteries are beautiful masterpieces. Casa Aliaga and Santuario de Santa Rosa de Lima are two magnificent structures built during 5th and 17th centuries respectively. Then there are two historical mansions, Casa de la Riva and Casa Pilatos, which feature wooden balconies, elegant patio and antique furnishing. The land has one important archaeological site, Pachacamac; this is a pre-Columbian citadel built around AD 100. Other one is Huaca Huallamarca that dates to AD 200 to AD 500.
Lima has a large number of museums, each one of them featuring distinct style of building, unique patterning, dating to different centuries. Decorated with subtle carving, ceramic insertions, ornate ceilings, complex weaving, and so much more the structures make the visitors spellbound. Cast a look at Museo Rafael Larco Herrea, Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Museo Taurino, Museo de Historia Natural and Convento de Los Descalzos. Apart from historical, there are numerous galleries that display art by contemporary artists, academics, collection of artifacts and mosaics. Visit Museo de Arte de Lima, Museo de Arte Italiano and cAsa de Riva Aguero. The city offers to the visitors so many options for entertainments. There are bars, live music centres, clubs, pubs, beer halls, chillouts, cinema and gay or lesbian counters. Cast in different theme, decorated with artistic decor, the bars and clubs dish out the lip smacking food and delicious drinks. Juanito's, Tai Lounge, Media Naranja, Wahios, Tequila Rocks, Teatriz and Senor Frogs are few favored places. Lima is also a great place to go on shopping spree. Wayo Whilar, La Mar and La Casa de la Mujer Artesana Manuela Ramos are few famous shopping complexes.
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About Jorge Chavez Lima-callao International Airport
Elmer Faucett Avenue s/n Callao, Apartado 680, Lima 100, Peru
Tel: (01) 517 3100 or 517 3500/3502 (Customer Service)