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Emirates marks 20 years of operations to Bahrain

Posted 23 January 2020 · Add Comment

Emirates is celebrating 20 years of services to Bahrain.

 

Adil Al Ghaith, senior vice president commercial operations for Gulf, Middle East and Central Asia said: "As we celebrate 20 years of service in Bahrain, a significant market in this region, we remain focused of delivering the best onboard experience possible for our Bahraini customers, and unparalleled connections through Dubai and beyond. The connectivity Emirates has provided has been, and continues to be pivotal for business and tourism in Bahrain – all helping to drive vital economic activity. We are proud to have served Bahrain for two decades and hope to continue growing our operations, sustaining our buoyant performance, and building a footprint of excellence in this market. The UAE and Bahrain have also enjoyed strong ties and mutual understanding, and we hope to continue to strengthen this positive relationship."

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