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Gulf Air hold event for Bahraini travel trade industry

Posted 15 May 2017 · Add Comment

Gulf Air recently hosted key members of Bahrain's travel trade industry at a dinner and networking event, aimed at informing guests of the airline's latest developments and customer-focused initiatives.

Esam Al Hammadi, Gulf Air country manager Bahrain said: “We work together in synergy with Bahrain’s travel trade on a number of fronts - proactively promoting in-bound tourism to the Kingdom and catering to the diverse needs of passengers travelling across the globe. This forum gives Gulf Air the chance to expand on the scope of our latest and upcoming products and services, looking at their impact on passengers and how we are transforming the concept of the passenger journey through these endeavours. We are honoured and grateful to have the support of these key trade members in Bahrain.”

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