Charter a Private Jet to Kuwait International Airport

Mercury Jets is an on-demand air charter provider specializing in private jet charters in Kuwait International Airport.

Kuwait International Airport in Farwaniya, Kuwait, is the country’s primary gateway and hub for the national carrier, Kuwait Airways. The airport is located about 9 miles south of Kuwait City.  Mercury Jets offers luxurious and comfortable private flights to and from Kuwait International Airport, ensuring a remarkable travel experience.

Kuwait International Airport Overview

Kuwait International Airport covers a large area and has two runways: concrete runway 15R/33L 11,155 ft and asphalt runway 15L/33R 11,483 ft. It has multiple private jet terminals, including the main passenger terminal, Terminal 1, as well as several specialized terminals, such as Terminal 4 for Kuwait Airways and Terminal 5 for Jazeera Airways.

The airport was built in the 1920s and has undergone numerous expansions and modernizations to accommodate increased passenger and cargo traffic. A notable addition is the new Terminal 2, designed to increase airport capacity while providing a more luxurious and efficient travel experience. This terminal is an architectural marvel with cutting-edge facilities, expansive lounges, and a wide range of retail and dining options.

Kuwait International Airport also provides the amenities and services expected of a major international airport, such as VIP lounges, duty-free shops, currency exchange offices, car rental services, and various food and beverage outlets. It has ample parking and offers special assistance to passengers with disabilities. Our experts arrange top-quality private flights to and from Kuwait International Airport, ensuring smooth and timely departures and arrivals.

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Private Jet Rental to/from Kuwait International Airport

Mercury Jets is recognized as the premier provider of private jet flights to and from Kuwait International Airport, marked by our dedication to customer service. Our committed team is always available to assist with your private jet charter requirements and to provide any additional information you might need. We are committed to delivering a tailored and enjoyable travel experience that aligns with your needs. Begin planning your trip by filling out the form on our website or contacting us directly.

Cities Near Kuwait International Airport

  1. Kuwait City, Kuwait
  2. Al Farwaniyah
  3. Al Jahra
  4. Hawally
  5. Salmiya

Airports Near Kuwait International Airport

  1. ABD, Abadan Airport, Abadan, Iran
  2. AQI, Qaisumah Domestic Airport, Hafar Al-Batin, Saudi Arabia

Kuwait International Airport (KWI, OKKK) Information

Local Code OKKK
Latitude 29.22667
Longitude 47.98000
Type Public
Longest Runway 11,483 feet
Elevation 206 ft / 63 m
Airport Website Kuwait International Airport
Airport Address Ghazali St, Kuwait

Weather for Kuwait International Airport (KWI, OKKK)

107.6° F
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Humidity: 32%;
Wind: 3m/s N;
H 42 • L 41;
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FAQ: Private Jet Flight to Kuwait International Airport

The price of chartering a private jet to or from Kuwait International Airport can vary significantly depending on the aircraft type, the distance traveled, and the duration of the trip. For example, a heavy jet Legacy 600 from New York to Kuwait International Airport costs $143,870 per hour, while a midsize jet Hawker 750 from Paris to Kuwait International Airport costs $50,230 per hour.

Kuwait International Airport spans a vast area and features two runways: a concrete runway 15R/33L measuring 11,155 feet and an asphalt runway 15L/33R measuring 11,483 feet.

Kuwait International Airport can accommodate a wide range of private jets, from small light aircraft for short regional trips to large cabin heavy jets designed for long-distance international travel. The Learjet family, Gulfstream models, Cessna Citation series, and Bombardier Global series are among the most commonly used aircraft at the airport. These aircraft types are ideally suited to the airport’s facilities, which include two large runways that can readily accommodate the varying operational requirements of different jet sizes and capacities.