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Everything you need to know before departing from or arriving to Kuwait Airport

Services at Kuwait Airport

Krystof Hajek updated 20. 2. 2024

Find out what services and facilities are available at Kuwait Airport. Where is the best place to eat and where to shop?

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Internet and wi-fi

Free wifi is available through the "free.airport.wifi" network.

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ATMs and currency exchange

Currency exchange offices with good exchange rates can always be found in the arrival halls of all terminals.

In addition to this, ATMs of Kuwaiti banks are widely distributed throughout the airport, where foreign credit cards also work without any problems.

Luggage storage

Baggage storage is currently not available at Kuwait Airport.

Shops and supermarket

Following security checks at all terminals, the choice of shops is limited to the extensive duty free stores.

A WHSmith convenience store with packaged takeaway food is also available in the transit area in Terminal 4.

In the public area of Terminal 4 (departures) you can use the Boots pharmacy. Both terminals also have small takeaway food shops in the public areas.

Connected to Terminal 1 is a large shopping centre with many shops selling fashion, accessories, jewellery, sporting goods or food. It is only accessible through the public area and is open 24/7.

Dining

Both terminals are well-equipped with dining options, but mostly only in the public area, where you will find many local restaurants, eateries and international fast-food outlets such as McDonald's or KFC.

After security, only smaller cafes and a few fast-food outlets are available, but they are often fully booked.

For a full list of dining options, visit the airport website: kuwaitairport.gov.kw/dine.

In the shopping centre adjacent to Terminal 1 you will find a large food court with lots of eateries and fast-food outlets.

The vast majority of restaurants remain open 24/7.

Drinking water

The tap water in the toilets is only utilitarian and there are no drinking water fountains at the airport.

Krystof Hajek

Krystof is the editor-in-chief of Cestee. He is also an avid traveller with 574 flights and 73 countries visited.

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