Gulf Air revealed a drop of 62 percent in the airline’s annual losses – from BHD62.7 million (USD166.3 million) in 2014 to BHD24.1 million (USD64 million) in 2015. Stressing that the carrier’s losses in 2015 fell 88 percent compared to 2012,
GULF AIR CELEBRATED ITS INAUGURAL FIVE-WEEKLY FLIGHT TO AND FROM DHAKA, BANGLADESH. The services are operated by an Airbus A320 aircraft with a total of 16 Falcon Gold business class seats and 120 economy class seats.
AS OF MAY 30, GULF AIR WILL RETURN TO DHAKA WITH FIVE-WEEKLY SERVICES. Commenting on the relaunch, Ahmed Janahi, acting chief commercial officer, Gulf Air, explained that it is aimed to boost the significant commercial opportunity that exists for business travellers
Gulf Air has further enhanced its operations to Saudi Arabia with increased frequencies to Gassim. Travellers now benefit from daily flights between Bahrain and Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz Regional Airport, the airline’s third
ABDUL HUSSAIN ABDUL RAHMAN HUSSAIN has been selected as Gulf Air’s country manager for Greece. Over the course of his extensive career, Hussain has amassed in-depth knowledge of the aviation and travel industry.
Gulf Air hosted representatives from major Russian-based MICE travel agencies on a four-day visit to Bahrain. The trip gave the experts the opportunity to experience the comforts of flying with the national carrier and enjoy some of the Kingdom’s most notable tourist attractions.
In a bid to raise awareness and facilitate the understanding of the protection of state information and documents, Bahrain’s national carrier, Gulf Air together with the Information & eGovernment Authority (IGA) conducted a knowledge-sharing session.
SHADI RAWEH is Gulf Air’s new country manager for Turkey. With over 15 years of experience and an in-depth working knowledge of the aviation and travel industry, Raweh has covered several management roles both within Gulf Air
Gulf Air participated in the recently- concluded Saudi Aramco Travel Fair, in Dhahran, promoting some of its key products and services alongside 50 other travel and hospitality exhibitors.