Climate improves, Kuwait resumes flights

Kuwait City | The Kuwait International Airport, which was closed due to dust storm, resumed operations in the evening. Imad al-Zaluwi, deputy director general of aviation service affairs at the DGCA, said flights to and from Kuwait had been rescheduled. The dust storm caused visibility of less than 500 meters in some parts of the country and winds of up to 60 kmph were reported.

However, the weather in Kuwait improved during the night. Dust storms in the country on Monday afternoon led to almost zero visibility in many parts of the country. This indicates that the dust is associated with winds of up to 60 kilometers per hour.