Strengthening the ties with its key travel trade stakeholders in Saudi Arabia, Gulf Air has hosted a networking event in Dammam, to provide information on the company’s latest developments, as well as expressing appreciation of the partners’ longstanding support.
Responding to high passenger demand, Gulf Air has launched its long-awaited direct service from Bahrain International Airport to Georgia’s Tbilisi International Airport, offering passengers from the GCC region seamless connections three-times weekly.
Aiming to revamp its online customer experience, Gulf Air has recently adopted Microsoft Azure, an open, flexible, enterprise-grade cloud computing platform.
Gulf Air recently signed a partnership agreement with Voyager, an inbound travel agency based in Georgia, making it the carrier's general sales agent in the country.
Gulf Air has successfully completed the internationally recognised, biennial International Air Transport Association (IATA) Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) and has been renewed on the IOSA Safety Audit Registry until May 2019.
From January 19, Gulf Air will implement a modified daily flight schedule to and from Beirut in response to passenger demand from across the GCC region.
Gulf Air is set to inaugurate a new route to Georgia with direct flights to and from the capital city of Tbilisi which will come into effect in June, offering three weekly flights via Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport.
Companies and individual employees regularly travelling with Gulf Air can now benefit from renewed business travel programmes.
According to Gulf Air's recent marketing plans, Falcon Gold Passengers will now be able to enjoy the new Cerruti 1881 and Guy Laroche amenity kits which will be available on all medium-and long-haul Gulf Air flights.