Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, has additional flights and upgrades across its network during the peak summer season.
The airline is adding three more flights to Bangkok, Dhaka, Athens, while adding two extra evening flights to Istanbul, a fifth Cyprus service and upgrading certain Middle East flights, including Cairo, Damascus, Beirut and Khartoum.
“We want to give our customers greater travel options during summer 2008,” says Gulf Air chief executive officer Bjorn Naf.
“Being the most punctual airline in the region, we are confident that with the additional flights our customers can look forward to a fulfilling journey with an airline that aims to be the carrier of choice.”
The new additional capacity will also boost the traffic flow to and from Shanghai, which will be launched this month, in line with the peak summer movements.
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