Published on : Monday, December 9, 2013
Gulf Air, Bahrain’s national carrier, today launched its first flight to the new Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central (DWC), becoming the first full service carrier to commence operations to the new airport. GF578 took off from Bahrain International Airport at 0930 landing in Al Maktoum International Airport at 1145, carrying Gulf Air delegations and “We are delighted to be strengthening Gulf Air’s Middle East network, which remains one of the largest to date. Adding Al Maktoum International Airport to our route network supplements the airline’s offering, increasing passenger convenience – which is our ultimate goal.” Captain Nasser Al Salmi, Chief Operations Gulf Air’s new daily evening service will attract those travellers who value the new airport’s convenience and proximity to new Dubai. The airport’s is located close to the holiday, residential and business developments of Arabian Ranches, Dubai Marina, Dubai Media City and Palm Jumeirah, making it an attractive, alternative, time-saving travel proposition for passengers located in or travelling to these areas.
Furthermore, the addition of Al Maktoum International provides passengers with greater travel options and seamless connections through Bahrain to over 30 destinations, maximizing passenger convenience.
The new service is an addition to the airline’s current operation of 51 flights per week (seven daily flights on Sun, Mon, Tues, Wed and Fri and eight daily flights on Thur and Sat) into Dubai International. Gulf Air will be operating its new A320 aircraft on all of it its flights between Bahrain International Airport and Al Maktoum International. The aircraft are equipped with the latest in-flight entertainment technology.
Source:- Gulf air
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