President Waheed was seen off at Kuwait International Airport by Deputy Minister of Amir Diwan Affairs Sheikh Ali Jarrah Al-Sabah and chief guest coordinator and Amir Diwan Advisor Mohammad Abdullah Abulhassan.
What does OKBK stand for?
OKBK stands for Kuwait International Airport (Airport Code)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Air traffic at Kuwait International Airport grew six percent in 2012 compared to the previous year, according to Nabil al-Zamel, deputy director of civil aviation.
According to Nabil al-Zamel, deputy director of civil aviation, Air traffic at Kuwait International Airport raised 6% in 2012 as compared to last year.
The suspects were arrested at Kuwait International Airport and have now been referred to the Public Prosecution on charges of robbery and fleeing the country, according to a ministry statement issued yesterday.
Manama A policeman lost three days' pay for failing to salute a woman officer at Kuwait International Airport.
Zamil pointed out that Kuwait International Airport will also witness a "big jump" in passenger traffic this year.
OPEC, head of operations at the civil aviation authority, told the official KUNA news agency that flights that were scheduled to land at Kuwait International Airport were being diverted to neighbouring Gulf countries.
KUWAIT International Airport is to undergo expansion which will increase capacity from six million passengers per year to around 20 million.