Airport transfer to be delayed until March 2018
Airport transfer from Perth to Kuwait City will be delayed to March 2018, according to Perth Airport, with the only option being to fly from Perth International Airport.
Airport transfer express service will continue, but a new service will be launched in 2019.
Airport transfers from Perth Airport to Kuwait Airport will be the only way for people to travel from Perth and other Gulf States to Kuwait.
Airport Transfer Express, the only service that operates at the Perth Airport and connects people from Perth, Dubai, and the UAE to Kuwait, will operate from April until December 2019.
Perth Airport has already announced a two-year extension to the airport transfer from March 2019.
The terminal at Perth Airport will now be the busiest terminal in the country, with about 500 flights daily.
“The airport transfer is a vital service to the people of Kuwait, and we have been working closely with our airline partners to ensure it is fully operational in 2019,” Airport Chief Executive Mark McLean said.
“This will help to improve the travel experience for those who rely on the airport and to reduce the costs for our passengers.”
This service will allow for people travelling to Kuwait to have a smoother journey with less disruption to other flights.
Mr MacLean said the upgrade would allow for the terminal to continue providing high-quality service to people travelling from Perth. “
We are now the busiest airport in the world and it is our goal to continue to deliver on that promise.”
Mr MacLean said the upgrade would allow for the terminal to continue providing high-quality service to people travelling from Perth.
“It’s important that we maintain the quality of service that we provide and ensure the airport is a safe and comfortable place for our customers,” he said.
Mr Mclean said the airport’s business plan was to open the terminal for flights to the Gulf States by the end of 2020, but the airport has been working on a plan to move the terminal and terminal services closer to the Australian mainland, such as connecting passengers to the terminal at the Queensland Airport.
“Auckland is a key gateway for the people coming from Perth,” Mr McLeans said.
“As soon as we can, we will move the airport services closer there and to the mainland.
This will enable us to meet our long-term plan to open our terminal at Waihopai Airport and to open a terminal there.”
We are hopeful we can get the airport back to where it was before the airport upgrade.
“In 2019 we’ll continue to work on the new terminal at Jalan Karim, which is the hub for airport transfer services.”
Mr O’Reilly said the new Terminal at Jangirak would also be used to move passengers between the terminals at Perth and the Dubai and UAE terminals.
He said the terminal would be the first of its kind in the Gulf and was designed to offer a faster and more comfortable travel experience.
“There are a lot of people who are arriving in Perth now that have never been to Jangiriak before,” Mr O`Reilly said.