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.
After signing a hotel management agreement with Al Manzil Hospitality Group, Dusit International unveiled plans to open dusitD2 Seef Bahrain, a contemporary leisure and business hotel, marking the group’s debut in the country.
Muharraq, Bahrain’s third largest city located on Muharraq Island, has been appointed as the Islamic Capital of Culture 2018, reflecting its unique cultural heritage within Bahrain’s rich history.
Gulf Air hosted key members of Bahrain’s travel trade sector at a dinner and networking event, to share the latest developments and to express gratitude for the industry’s ongoing support.
Aiming to further boost tourism in the GCC region and enrich Bahrain’s hospitality scene, Hilton has recently joined forces with King Faisal Corniche Development and Mabanee Bahrain to open its first property in the country.
According to Bahrain Economic Development Board (EDB), Bahrain is to follow its hospitality sector’s growth with plans to launch 15 new properties worth USD10 million by 2020.
Gulf Air joined forces with Aktina Travel Group to offer a four-day trip to Athens for media representatives from Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.
Bahrain's Economic Development Board (EDB) contributed in the 12th edition of Spring of Culture festival, which kicked off on February 23, by organising the shows of the German group Groove Onkels as a headliner of the event's street acts.
Gulf Air has moved its Cairo operations from Bahrain to Terminal 2 at Cairo International Airport.