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NAS Pearl Assist Arrivals Baggage Delivery Service

Kuwait : Thursday, August 16, 2018

National Aviation Services (NAS) has introduced the Pearl Assist Baggage Delivery Service at Kuwait International Airport. This service allows passengers arriving at the airport to have their luggage delivered to their doorstep allowing them to exit the airport faster without waiting for the checked in baggage.

The Pearl Assist Baggage Delivery Service is open to all passengers flying any airline arriving at the Kuwait International Airport and the luggage can be delivered to any area in Kuwait.

Passengers can avail of this new service by pre-booking online via or at the Pearl Assist Baggage Delivery Service counter located in the arrivals area at the Airport.

The NAS Pearl Assist team will ensure that the luggage is kept safe and secure during the whole process. Bags are safely sealed at the luggage belt and scanned for tracking. This seal will be intact till the bags reach your doorstep and can only opened by you. You will receive SMS messages alerting you on the status of your luggage at different stages of collection or delivery.

The Pearl Assist Baggage Delivery service adds to NAS’s varied portfolio of services aimed at making travel easier. This includes Pearl Assist Meet and Assist services, that help you avoid unnecessary queues to complete check-in, and also allowing the immigration process faster and Pearl Lounge services that allow you to relax in a comfortable space, before, after or in between flights.

NAS has also recently introduced the Pearl Assist meet and assist service for departures and arrivals at the new Jazeera T5 terminal in Kuwait.

Globally, NAS has a presence in 16 countries across the Middle East, Asia and Africa; managing 31 airport lounges, and providing ground handling services to seven out of the world’s top ten airlines. With an expanded portfolio of aviation services and certified by IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO), NAS also has demonstrated expertise in supporting local hub carriers in the Middle East, Asia and Africa.