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Gulf Air and EgyptAir expand codeshare agreeement

Posted 21 December 2020 · Add Comment

Gulf Air and EgyptAir have expanded their codeshare partnership.

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Gulf Air’s Acting chief executive officer, Captain Waleed A. Hameed AlAlawi said: “This is a welcoming and positive announcement for Gulf Air/EgyptAir and both our customers - given the current challenging industry climate. Customers of both airlines have more options to fly and feel reassured with all the extra health and safety measures in place to ensure a safe journey. The relationship between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Arab Republic of Egypt has always been strong and we feel proud to be working closely with our friends in 

Gulf Air and EgyptAir expand codeshare agreeement

and I look forward to seeing this partnership grow.”


On the other hand, EgyptAir Holding Chairman & CEO, Captain Roshdy Zakaria, said: “The current situation requires all partners to enhance their cooperation ties and to exert much efforts in serving their loyal customer.” Capt Roshdy added, “From this view, EgyptAir nd Gulf Air have worked on enhancing their partnership through offering EgyptAir domestic destinations to Gulf Air customers who will enjoy the utmost levels of hospitality and health procedures onboard EgyptAir flights.”

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