The aircraft will be financed by Golden Falcon Aviation.
The airline began flying again in July with two A320s. It had previously operated for two years as a premium carrier but ceased trading in 2011.
Wataniya chairman Ali Al Fouzan said he was delighted with the upgraded fleet which will initially be serving 16 destinations, primarily in Egypt, India, Iran, Jordan, Lebanon, Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates as well as Europe.
এই বিভাগের আরও সংবাদ :
- Kuwait’s Jazeera Airways put longhaul plans on hold
- Information Systems Associates signs contract with Wataniya Airways in Kuwait
- Wataniya Airways and Jeppesen sign service agreement
- Air Arabia confirms options for five Airbus A320s
- Emirates targets 70 million passengers and more than 300 aircraft by 2020
- Emirates retires last Airbus A330, A340 aircraft