With more than 80 per cent of its network already covered under e-ticket, Gulf Air has embarked on major step to further promote the issue of e-ticket, wherever applicable, from 01 April 2007.
Five airlines, including Emirates Airlines, Qatar Airways, Gulf Air and Etihad have topped a recent comprehensive survey of the top 40 brands in the Middle East.
Gulf Air is upgrading its online Booking Engine at www.gulfairco.com to accept online bookings from Kuwait to anywhere on Gulf Air’s network.
Gulf Air, with the biggest network in the Middle East, says it faces a tough year ahead. This comes as it boosts flights from its twin hub of Muscat and Bahrain.
Gulf Air is returning to South Africa.Ê After an absence of more than eight years, the airline will be recommencing non-stop flights between the Kingdom of Bahrain and Johannesburg from 2 December 2005.
Inspired by its legendary ‘Five-star Tri-Star’ service of the late 1970’s and 80’s, Gulf Air is set to re-create the golden-age of travel with the much anticipated launch of completely new seating, furnishing and service in its First and Business Class cabins.
Gulf Air’s Worldwide Contact Centre (WWCC), the airline’s state-of-the-art centralised reservations system, is celebrating a new milestone having received its millionth call since opening in September 2003.Ê