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Gulf Air adds Salalah to its network

Posted 14 February 2019 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has revealed its second destination for 2019 being Salalah, in Sultanate of Oman.

Commencing 15 June and operating until 14 September 2019, Salalah will be added as a seasonal summer destination as the airline continues revealing throughout the year its further network expansion plans for 2019.

Gulf Air’s chief executive officer Krešimir Kučko said: “We are constantly on the look out for ways to enhance our customers' travel experience by adding new routes and increasing flight frequencies, we chose Salalah as part of our summer schedule in response to positive customer feedback by expanding our network in tune with the demands of the season. With competitive fares and convenient flights from Gulf Air, I am sure travelers can enjoy their best summer vacation by visiting this fabulous destination.” 

 

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