Pearl at the airport

Open 24 hours ... the new lounge

Kuwait International Airport, which is in the midst of an expansion, has opened a new five-star lounge called the Pearl Lounge.

The lounge sets new standards in quality services and five-star hospitality with unsurpassed levels of comfort and luxury for VIP travellers, says its operator, National Aviation Services (NAS).
Staffed by professional and courteous personnel, the lounge offers:
•  Fast track immigration
• Comfortable seating area  with satellite TV, DVD,    VCD, CD & SACD, and   hi-fi systems.
•  Business Centre and    meeting room, with free   internet connection, fax,   printers, and scanners
• Wireless internet facility   throughout the lounge
•  Shower facilities
•  Separate smoking area
•  Massage room
•  Children’s play area
•  Five-star catered food    court  and service bar
•  Washrooms, equipped    with a baby changer
•  24/7 service.
‘‘The new lounge is a result of the rapid growth and growth of Kuwait International Airport (KIA),’’ says a NAS spokesman.
‘‘Along with this growth came a need had risen for a one-stop-shop passenger/travel service centre – and NAS National Aviation Services (NAS) was established to accommodate such growth.’’
NAS offers a host of essential, innovative and value added services to its customers, ranging from ground handling and cargo services to commercial services.
Its services are complemented with highly qualified and professional staff with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the aviation industry, customer safety and care.
‘‘NAS is geared to set high standards of service through its state-of-the-art ground-handling infrastructure,’’ the spokesman says. ‘‘It takes care of its customers from the minute they walk in to the time they depart.’’
NAS’  ‘Hala Kuwait’ concept comprises of a bouquet of personalised services, primarily designed to provide comfort and convenience for every customer.
‘‘Hala Kuwait offers the maximum benefit to any passengers, from VIPs to CIPs (commercially important persons), ensuring that every passenger’s need is met and well-served,’’ he says.