Fly to Rome and Back for Just 47KD

Back in October, the ultra-low-cost airline Wizz Air started flying out of Kuwait with Abu Dhabi being the first destination. Now they’re adding two more destinations, Rome and Vienna.

Starting this summer, round-trip flights to Vienna from Kuwait will start at 44KD, while flights to Rome will start at 47KD. Both destinations are direct flights, and the prices I shared don’t include add-ons like luggage or picking your seats. If you’re a Wizz Air member (easy to do), you can get the flights even cheaper.

For comparison, the cheapest ticket with Kuwait Airways to Rome is 128KD. After all the add-ons you might want with Wizz Air, expect to save around 40-50% compared to a regular airline ticket.

7 replies on “Fly to Rome and Back for Just 47KD”

We only have three terminals right now working, one for kuwait airways, one for jazeera and the main terminal for the remaining airlines. Whizz I believe is that terminal.

I think its open only for private flights/business jets as flydubai has moved back to the main terminal.

sheikh saad was lovely when flydubai used to operate flights from there. literally takes 5 minutes from check in to gates.

Wizz Air has very bad reviews on trip advisor. Either flights are cancelled or delayed. Also the refund is nightmare.

I flew Wizz Air last week from Rome to Lyon. I had a wonderful experience. Paid Euro 38, crews were friendly and had decent legroom (I’m not tall but spacious than other budget airlines).

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