GULF AIR’S SUMMER SCHEDULE SEES MORE FLIGHTS FROM AMMAN, BEIRUT, DAMASCUS AND SANAA THROUGH ITS HUBS
Gulf Air’s summer schedule offers more convenient flights daily from Amman, Beirut, Damascus and Sanaa to the airline’s regional hubs of Muscat, Abu Dhabi and Bahrain than ever before.
“From the Gulf, passengers can access the largest Middle East regional network of any airline and connections to over 44 destinations worldwide,” said Gulf Air acting vice president marketing and sales Danny Barranger.
From Amman and Beirut, there are connections to the world twice daily via the Gulf, while from Damascus there are 13 non-stop flights a week to the Gulf and beyond. From Sanaa, Gulf Air offers flights three times a week, non-stop to Abu Dhabi and further.
About Gulf Air
Gulf Air was founded in 1950. Today, it is owned by the Kingdom of Bahrain, Oman and the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and is the only truly pan Gulf carrier in the region. The airline’s network stretches from Europe to Asia and covers 44 cities in 30 countries. The fleet is one of the most modern in the Middle East and comprises 34 aircraft.
The airline is in the last year of a three-year strategic recovery programme, headed by President and Chief Executive, James Hogan. The airline, which is making rapid strides towards regaining profitability in 2005, aims to further evolve by taking its renowned cultural strengths, which have been gained over more than half a century, into a global environment.
The dramatic turnaround in Gulf Air’s fortunes has won international recognition. In January 2004, The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) presented the airline with the prestigious Airline Turnaround of the Year Award for 2003. Gulf Air was also the recipient of the 2003 Platinum Award for the Best Airline in the Middle East and North Africa, recognising the airline’s commitment to service excellence.
Winner - Middle East and North African Platinum Best Airline Travel Award 2004
Winner - Skytrax Most Improved Airline Award 2004
Winner - Skytrax Best First Class Onboard Food Category 2004
Winner - Skytrax Best Business Class Check-in Category 2004
Official Airline and Sponsor of the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2005
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