As the summer season approaches, the airline announces that by mid-May, Gulf Air will increase its weekly flights to 75 which is more than 90% of its pre-pandemic schedule to India.
Gulf Air’s Acting chief executive officer Captain Waleed AlAlawi said: “We are very excited to restore such an integral part of our airline’s operations. The national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain never stopped flying during the peak of the pandemic making it one of the most experienced and safest airlines to fly during these times, and today we are growing closer to our full network with some new additions coming online this summer such as Milan, Manchester and Rome. We are working on frequencies and connectivity to offer more choices and more convenience to our passengers and are confident that the months ahead will feature more milestones and success stories to tell”.
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