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On March 16, 1954, Kuwait Airways conducted its inaugural flight. Al Farwaniyah Governorate in Kuwait is home to the company's headquarters. Kuwait International Airport serves as the main hub for Kuwait Airways. The airline operates frequent international flights to destinations in the Middle East, Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, North America, and Europe. There are 34 flights per day operated by Kuwait Airways. Kuwait Airways operates models of Airbus, A330-200, A330-800. As of 2023, the company's fleet includes five A330-200 aircrafts and four A330-800 aircrafts. The planes' capacity and use for long distance travel are advantages. The Airbus A330-800 is more cost-effective and allows for lower fuel usage. Additionally, it has new engines, a roomier cabin, and improved aerodynamic properties. The plane is spacious. For distances up to 10,800 kilometers, the Airbus A330-300 can transport 295 passengers in three classes, 335 in two classes, and as many as 440 if there is only one class.
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  • A330-200

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The Airbus A330-200 is an aircraft produced by Airbus for Kuwait Airways and has the following seat configuration: 17-30-0-165.

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Tap on a seat for details

Seat map key

  • Switch deck
  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs

First class


First class seats are at the very front of the A330-200, and they are typically several inches wider than the seats in business class and have 10 to 30 inches more legroom. One of the many advantages of choosing first class seating on an airplane is that there is a much smaller passenger-to-attendant ratio, with other little perks.



Business class is an airline class above economy and premium economy classes with upgraded amenities, service, and seating. While business class is a significant upgrade over said economy, or the slightly cushier premium economy, it is still a step below the top-of-the-line first class on A330-200 when available.



In economy class: Exit rows, aisle or window seats, and anywhere close to the front are typically considered the best seats on board. On a short business trip, you might want an aisle seat near the front of the plane so you can disembark as quickly as possible upon arrival.