Kresimir Kucko has assumed the position of CEO of Gulf Air.
Bahrain gave a number of Russian lifestyle and travel media representatives the opportunity to visit and explore Bahrain with a familiarisation trip jointly hosted by the airline and Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay.
A codeshare agreement was signed between Gulf Air and Turkish Airlines which will be effective from November 01.
Following recent agreement between Gulf Air and Swiss-Belhotel International, members of the carrier’s FalconFlyer Loyalty Programme are now able to earn 200 loyalty miles for every night’s stay at the hotelier’s properties across 23 countries.
Coinciding with the third anniversary of service to Moscow’s Domodedovo International Airport, Gulf Air has announced it will increase frequency to the destination from four-weekly services to a daily nonstop schedule, effective from the end of October.
Gulf Air has launched a new codeshare agreement with Oman Air that sees the carriers’ combined frequencies between Bahrain and Muscat increase to six daily flights.
Aiming to widen their respective networks across Europe and the Middle East, Gulf Air and Aegean Airlines signed a codeshare agreement, enabling travellers to seamlessly travel between Bahrain, and the European cities of Brussels, Rome, Geneva, Milan, and Vienna, all via Athens.
Gulf Air has recently welcomed its key travel trade industry partners from Jeddah to a dinner event, organised in appreciation of their support and as an opportunity to update the group on the carrier’s latest developments.
Waleed Abdul Hameed Al Alawi has been named as the new deputy CEO for Gulf Air, following recent decision by the airline’s board of directors.
With over 37 years of industry experience acquired throughout his career in various aviation-related positions, the aviation management MBA degree holder will contribute to the achievement of the carrier’s corporate goals, enhancing its important position as a key Bahraini asset driving the economic growth of the Kingdom.