GULF Air has extended its recently-introduced e-ticketing facility to cover more destinations. Now, passengers travelling Abu Dhabi-London, Abu Dhabi-Bahrain-Singapore-Sydney, Abu Dhabi-Muscat, Muscat-London, Muscat-Bahrain-Singapore-Sydney and Muscat-Abu Dhabi will be issued e-tickets.
“We are glad that Gulf Air e-ticketing has proven successful on the initial routes we launched, and are pleased to extend this service,” says vice-president of information technology Jalal Al Qassab. “The facility will be gradually extended across the entire Gulf Air network in a phased manner and will be completed by the end of 2007, complying with the IATA deadline.”
Gulf Air’s e-ticketing facility, which was launched in November 2005 on its London-Bahrain-Singapore-Sydney routes, has been gaining popularity as more and more passengers have started using the facility because of its inherent benefits.
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