Gulf Air bargains

GULF Air will start flights to Alexandria, Egypt, on June 22 and flights to Salalah in Oman on July 1. Both destinations will operate three times per week and will operate until mid September. 
“Summer is always a peak travel period as many residents, including a large number of expatriates, look to spend quality vacation time in these popular destinations,” said Gulf Air director of sales Kyle Haywood.
Alexandria offers the best of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern culture, and Oman’s Salalah has pristine beaches and is a good regional escape from  soaring summer temperatures.
Gulf Air has added additional capacity to several of its key destinations this summer. Flights to Frankfurt have been increased from 9 to 11 per week, flights to Kuala Lumpur are now daily, and Bangkok and Kathmandu will see double daily flights from Bahrain during the summer season.
Flights to Tehran will become daily, while flights to Manila have been increased to 12 per week. Destinations in the Levent region will see bigger planes offering more seats.
The airline has also expanded its code share agreement with American Airlines so that it now covers more than 40 cities in the United States giving multiple connections to its customers.