GULF Air’s one-day package to watch the final race of the 2006 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix on March 12 has become very popular and is selling out fast, said a spokesman.
Each package includes return economy class air tickets, meet & greet service at Bahrain International Airport, transfers from the airport to the Bahrain International Circuit and back, entrance tickets to the Grand Prix on March 12 and a souvenir bag. The packages are available around the GCC and can be tailormade for customers in other Middle Eastern countries. Says Gulf Air’s marketing manager for the Gulf and the Middle East, Rabab Khalil, “We understand the growing trend of motor sport in the region and are taking this opportunity to build major excitement among Formula One fans in the region.”
or those booking longer holidays or already in Bahrain, the airline, along with Bahrain International Circuit (BIC), has launched the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix Club – a novel offer for F1 fans to watch the races in a more comfortable and stylish environment, and get some exclusive privileges. The club is an exclusive enclosure offering a range of additional services and facilities at the BIC vending area, which can be accessed by the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2006 ticket holders for a small additional fee of BD25. The enclosure can accommodate up to 2,000 people. Ticket holders will get an access pass to the Club, where a special array of food and drinks from popular outlets await and, comfortable seating from where they can watch live broadcast of the races on screens installed in the Club premises. They will also receive a copy of the official programme and ear plugs free.
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