Kuwait: €916 ITA Airways Business Class from Athens, Brussels, Germany

Kuwait

SkyTeam member ITA Airways sells some decently priced business class tickets to Kuwait. Prices start at €916 from Athens, but you can also fly from Brussels, Frankfurt and Munich for less than €1,000 (or slightly more). A change of planes in Rome is necessary both ways. You will spend the long-haul flights to Kuwait in ITA’s new Airbus A321LR, featuring lie-flat seats in business class.

You can depart from the following airports:

Our availability calendar highlights all possible flight dates at the lowest price for trips up to 28 days. It will forward you to ITA Airways with your selected flight dates.

AZ ATH KWI C 916

All itineraries require a change of planes in Rome. The first flight to Italy is operated by Airbus A320 family planes, with an empty seat, free food and beverages constitute your business class privileges. Flights between Rome and Kuwait City are Airbus A321LR services, with lie-flat seats in a 1-1 seating arrangement.

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According to the fare rules, this fare is available without a travel or sales period. You need to stay at least three days or one night from Saturday to Sunday in Kuwait to get the lowest price. Even with a shorter stay, flights are available for just €1,200.

Google Flights will help you find additional flight dates. We recommend purchasing premium tickets directly from the airline.

Mileage

ITA issues all segments in booking class I. SkyTeam frequent flyers can earn the following miles and points for the cheapest ticket from Athens to Kuwait City:

  • 11,376 Award Miles + 210 Tier Points on Virgin Atlantic Flying Club
  • 8,534 Miles on Korean Air Skypass
  • 8,534 Miles on MEA Cedar Miles
  • 7,110 Award Miles + 78 XP on Flying Blue
  • 7,110 Miles on Air Europa Suma
Data provided by miles.travel-dealz.com. Without guarantee on correctness.

Cover Picture: © Jan Dommerholt

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