Improved wage changes for air traffic controllers at Kuwait airport

Recent wage amendments will offer air traffic controllers “clarity and stability” in regards to their respective working hours, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation said on Saturday. The employees will now be required to work eight hours a day across three shifts per week, and will receive a two-day break, DGCA director of air traffic Emad Al-Sanousi said.

Thanks to the decision made by the Civil Service Commission, they will also be handed an additional pay incentive for working shifts.