Connecting more travellers to Europe, Gulf Air has announced additional services from its Bahrain base to Frankfurt, Paris and Copenhagen.
Unveiled earlier this week the airline said from 1 June it would up its flights into Copenhagen from five times weekly to daily, 2 July its services to Paris would jump from daily to ten times weekly while from 1 July this year its flights into Frankfurt would increase from daily to 11 times weekly.
The move comes less than a month after the carrier announced the cancellation of services to Uganda and according to chief executive Samer Majali the new services would boost trade opportunities for all countries involved.
As the only carrier operating the largest network in the Middle East with over 1000 flights per week we present a unique advantage for our European customers to reach the vast Middle East and North Africa markets with our seamless connection via Bahrain, Mr Majali explained.
As well as increasing services, the airline said it would also add capacity on flights between Bahrain and Copenhagen and Paris by upgrading aircraft to the A320ER.
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J