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Gulf Air launches online group bookings facility

Posted 16 March 2017 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has launched an online Group Bookings Facility on the airline's official website gulfair.com.

The Group Bookings Facility is available to both travellers and travel agents wishing to avail of preferential deals on bookings of 10 persons or more across the Gulf Air network. 

Yahya Ali Buali, Gulf Air director sales & marketing said: “Gulf Air’s group bookings continue to increase year-on-year and in light of this we are pleased to make group booking requests available online so that, whether travelling with friends, colleagues or family, groups of 10 or more can now easily enjoy preferential airfares with Gulf Air. Our dedicated group bookings team will personally handle all requests, reaching out to passengers to facilitate their requirements wherever they are across the Gulf Air network.”

 

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