A new tax has been imposed on all air passengers in Kuwait
Passengers departing from Kuwait airports will be charged 3 dinars while arriving passengers will be charged 2 dinars extra.
Kuwait has announced the imposition of a new tax on passengers arriving at the airport. In this regard, 3 Kuwaiti dinars for departing passengers and 2 Kuwaiti dinars for arriving passengers have been added.
According to Al-Arabiya News, the tax for travelers will be increased from June 1 this year. According to the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Qabas, the tax will be applied equally to locals and foreigners. This will be achieved through liaison with the airlines operating at Kuwait International Airport. The newspaper says that the purpose of the tax increase is to generate revenue against the services offered at Kuwait International Airport. To increase
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