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Gulf Air adds Nice to its route network

Posted 17 January 2020 · Add Comment

Commencing from July 2020, the airline will offer two weekly flights operated by an Airbus 321neo aircraft.

 

Commencing from July 2020, the airline will offer two weekly flights operated by an Airbus 321neo aircraft.

 

Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, and chairman of Gulf Air’s Board of Directors, Zayed R. Alzayani said: “It is very exciting for our national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain to reach further places and connect multiple cities in the East and the West to its hub, Bahrain.” He also added: “On the western side of our network map, and coinciding with our expansion in Europe in summer 2020, we will launch flights to Nice on the Cote d'azur as a boutique destination catering to our premium leisure travellers. As we welcome our new Airbus 321neo next year, we will serve our European routes with a brand new aircraft featuring flat-beds and superior in-flight entertainment system for more enjoyable journeys with Gulf Air.”

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