By Elsa Baxter
Kuwaiti airline launches the three-times a week service to Austrian capital city.
Wataniya Airways launched a service to the Austrian capital Vienna on Wednesday, the Kuwaiti national carrier announced.
The service will three times a week on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, a statement by the airline said.
Vienna is the carrier’s 11th destination and its second European destination launched since the airline began operations in January 2009.
The launch was attended by the Austrian State Minister of Finance, Dr Reinhold Lapatka, the Austrian ambassador Marian Wrba, and the airline’s chairman and managing director Abdulsalam Al Bahr, and CEO George Cooper, the statement said.