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March 6, 1991 | ROBERT E. DALLOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just a few days before the U.S.-led forces began the air war to drive the Iraqis from Kuwait, Kuwait Airways--grounded for months--wanted its U.S. customers to know that some semblance of the tiny country was still functioning. In television commercials, the Kuwait national airline advertised flights it had begun from "New York to London, Cairo, the (Persian) Gulf and Bombay. Three days a week." Then it made a vow that to many appeared somewhat audacious: "And to Kuwait any day now."
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March 6, 1991 | ROBERT E. DALLOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just a few days before the U.S.-led forces began the air war to drive the Iraqis from Kuwait, Kuwait Airways--grounded for months--wanted its U.S. customers to know that some semblance of the tiny country was still functioning. In television commercials, the Kuwait national airline advertised flights it had begun from "New York to London, Cairo, the (Persian) Gulf and Bombay. Three days a week." Then it made a vow that to many appeared somewhat audacious: "And to Kuwait any day now."
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