The cost of return of domestic workers fixed to 350 KD

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The cost of return of domestic workers fixed to 350 KD

Sunday, November 22, 2020
The cost of return of domestic workers fixed to 350 KD

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation, in cooperation with local airlines, had fixed the airfare prices for domestic workers wishing to return to Kuwait form the banned countries.

According to Al-Qabas Arabic newspaper report, the return ticket prices are fixed for the list of flights coming from 5 main destinations India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh and the Philippines, and the prices are limited to 350 dinars per person, which includes tickets, accommodation, meals and PCR examination.

According to report, the agreed prices for air tickets will be 110 dinars for those coming from India, while they rise to 145 dinars for those coming from Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh, and 200 dinars for those returning from the Philippines.

According to the source, the number of seats per day is restricted to 600 seats per day. Around 80,000 domestic workers are expected to return to the country.

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Syed
Tuesday, November 24, 2020
@Kumar Thumbs Up.....
350 kd. It is still their 4-5 months salary.
Back our home , nothing going well except Hindu, Muslim, Pak, Jihad.
And sad thing we are also very happy with that...

Kumar
Sunday, November 22, 2020
Kyu thak rahe ho.................................
First thing first Kuwait is not our country, but we need to respect their decision as they are the one who feed us and our family by giving huge salary.
before you blame them please think do we get job back in our country if yes then do we get this much salary? if you do get then why are you worried of this country and blaming their decision.
they take decision to protect their people as well as people in country no matter expat or locals.
Pray to finish this corona so we all go back to loved places.

expat
Sunday, November 22, 2020
HAHA...cost of 20 visa will become double now.... and professionals will cry their heart out... no use of the degrees and certificates.. what a change by covid !!!

Vijay
Sunday, November 22, 2020
What do they mean by Domestic Workers? Does it only include maids and drivers?

Vinodkumar
Saturday, November 21, 2020
Sir,
I want to come from india to kuwait,
Please send me presses on my id

Thanks

Biju
Saturday, November 21, 2020
I think they will be starting charter flights for this elite group of expats.

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