‘Kuwait Airways’ Violates Indian ‘No-Fly Zone’

Fresh from it’s recent success as the “Best Airline In South Africa,” (yes, that is what the ad claims) a Kuwait Airways flight out of New Delhi flew into the No-Fly Zone featuring the Indian Prime Minister’s official residence, reported the International Herald Tribune. (LINK).


The airline has outdone itself by almost getting shot down.


A Kuwait Airways passenger jet on Monday created a security scare in the Indian capital by deviating toward a “no fly zone” – the Indian prime minister’s official residence – soon after take off, a news report said…Just a day before, authorities tightened security at airports across India after officials received a threat against planes flying to the U.S. and Europe…

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