Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, recently celebrated its inaugural flight to Santorini in Greece as flight GF034 was welcomed into Santorini International Airport with a water cannon salute and, upon arrival, a number of airport officials joined the airline’s flying crew for commemorative photographs.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, has launched seasonal flights to Greece’s most popular islands, Mykonos and Santorini, and the famous southern Spanish city of Malaga in Andalusia.
Cathay Pacific has announced the continuation of its recently relaunched flights between Dubai and its hub, Hong Kong, following its first flight which took off on 21 May.
flydubai, the Dubai-based airline, revealed its latest developments to its onboard experience during May this year. The carrier’s redesigned passenger experience and added onboard offering reflect its agility and commitment to meeting the changing travel needs of customers.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s national flag carrier, Saudia, announced a new reciprocal loyalty agreement, expanding on the existing codeshare deal between the two airlines.
flydubai, the Dubai-based airline, has announced today the launch of flights to Sharm El Sheikh.
flydubai, the Dubai-based airline, has announced today the launch of two new summer routes. The carrier will operate three weekly flights to Mykonos International Airport (JMK) and Santorini (Thira) Airport (JTR) between June 18 and September 29.
Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, announced the addition of two boutique summer destinations to its global network with Santorini and Mykonos in Greece.
Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, recently operated its first ever transcontinental lower emission flight which took off from Helsinki in Finland to Bahrain International Airport.
The first five of flydubai’s 14 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft have completed their operational readiness flights and have been approved by the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) to return to service. They join other MAX aircraft that returned to service in the fleets of operators in Europe, the UK, North and South America.