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Located in the northern region of Kuwait International Airport and covers an area of 55,000 square meters, includes 14 exit gates.
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Kuwait Airways commissions first flight from new T4 to Bahrain International Airport
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Bahrain's prime minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman receives delegation of Kuwaiti officials and journalists.
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Through the T4, 25 of the latest models will takeoff and 4.6 million passengers by the end of this year will be flying, with an estimated increase of half-a-million passengers each year.
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The T4 and T5 buildings contribute in reducing pressure on the main airport by 60 percent.
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20 luggage-weighing counters among other services and facilities.
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Kuwait Emir Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah launched the new terminal last month.
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The new terminal includes a duty free retail area and parking for 2,450 vehicles.
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The terminal is part of the government’s efforts to enhance Kuwait’s air transport system under the Kuwait 2035 Vision which aims to turn the country into a regional investor-friendly and trade hub.
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In 2016, Kuwait signed a $172.3 million contract with Korean and Kuwaiti companies to construct the terminal.