Delta opens new office in Kuwait City
Kuwait City, October 20, 2008
Delta Air Lines will open a new City Ticket Office (CTO) in Kuwait City ahead of the start of its first non-stop flight between Kuwait City and Atlanta.
Delta is also making travel cheaper for business and leisure community as we announce today a wide range of special fares from Kuwait to the United States.
Delta’s new ticket office will be located on the Mezzanine level of the Baitak Tower, Al Safat Street, Kuwait City, in the heart of the business, financial and commercial centre and will handle reservations and ticketing for passengers wishing to purchase tickets for travel on Delta.
A dedicated reservations number (+965 2 225 7925) has been set up for customers.
Jimmy Eichelgruen, Delta’s director - sales, Africa, Middle East and India, said: “Our aim is to offer the best service for Delta customers in Kuwait and we are extremely pleased Delta will be based in such a prestigious new commercial building and mall, next to the Kuwait Communications Tower and in easy access of the centre of Kuwait City.”
The airline is preparing to launch its first non-stop flight between Kuwait City and Atlanta on 8 November. The flight will operate four weekly services between Kuwait and the US offering hundreds of onward connecting opportunities offered via Delta’s Atlanta hub.
Delta is now offering a limited time return fare of KWD216 (additional taxes/fees/restrictions/baggage charges may apply) on the new route. The offer applies to tickets purchased before November 7, 2008 for travel between November 14 and December 11, 2008.
Passengers on Delta’s flights between Kuwait and Atlanta will travel on Boeing 777-200ER aircraft. Customers seated in Delta’s award-winning BusinessElite cabin enjoy all-leather sleeper seats with 60 inches of legroom, innovative food offerings designed by our celebrity, on-demand personal in-seat entertainment, as well as upgraded pillow, duvet cover and amenity kit. Economy class customers also enjoy all-leather economy seats, amenity kits and recently enhanced food offerings, said the statement. – TradeArabia News Service
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