Gulf Air has appointed German aircraft manufacturer Recaro Aircraft Seating to supply Recaro CL3710 economy class aircraft seats for the airline’s ten new Boeing 787-9 aircraft and 29 Airbus 320/321neo aircraft.
Gulf Air has partnered with OAG, a global provider of digital flight information, to launch an online Flight Status Facility on the airline’s official website.
Gulf Air has rolled out the airline’s revamped Falcon Corporate Programmes: Falcon Corporate Plus and Falcon Corporate Loyalty – tailored offerings that will benefit both employers and employees in companies, making business trips more profitable for all parties.
Gulf Air has moved its Cairo operations to Terminal 2 at Cairo International Airport. All Gulf Air flights between Bahrain and Cairo – a total of two scheduled flights each day – will arrive and depart from Terminal 2.
As part of its fleet renewal strategy, Gulf Air has announced a firm order of 29 A320neo Family. The new order includes 17 A321neo and 12 A320neo of which ten A320neo were initially confirmed in 2012. The contract was signed at the Bahrain International Airshow between Maher Salman Al Musallam, chief executive, Gulf Air, and Airbus president Fabrice Brégier.
Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, has confirm the suspension of its five weekly flights to and from Sana’a International Airport – effective today and until further notice. The decision is due to safety and security concerns and in light of recent security developments in the Yemeni capital.
Gulf Air is increasing its Bahrain – Larnaca service to six weekly services, consisting of 3 direct weekly operations and 3 weekly operations via Kuwait International Airport, effective immediately.
Bahrain’s national carrier, Gulf Air, has said it will increase its flights between Bahrain and Kuwait from 40 to 42 flights per week. The national carrier’s decision to add frequencies to the Kuwaiti capital followed an increase in passenger demand between the two countries.
Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, has announced it will increase its flights between Bahrain and Cairo from ten to 12 flights per week to meet high passenger demand. The decision follows successful negotiations between the Kingdom of Bahrain’s Civil Aviation Authority and Arab Republic of Egypt’s Civil Aviation Authority, to increase air traffic rights between the two countries.
Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, today announced that it would be resuming its flights to the Greek capital, Athens, with 4 weekly flights to Athens International Airport starting on the 16th of June.