National carrier losing millions as flights are cancelled.
Kuwait Airways, the Gulf state's national carrier, on Monday said that it cancelled flights for a third day in a row following a strike by its employees.
Adel Bouresli, the company's relations and media head, said that the airline cancelled flights to and from Kuwait until 5pm.
"The company expresses its regret about the situation and stresses its endeavours to provide the best comfort for its passengers," the PR head said in remarks carried by Kuwait News Agency (Kuna).
Ailing Kuwait Airways has a fleet of 17 aircraft that fly mainly to destinations in the Middle East, Europe and Asia.