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Gulf Air celebrates Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner service to London

Posted 31 July 2018 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has celebrated the introduction of the airline’s new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner double daily service to and from London.

 

Marking the occasion, the airline hosted a celebratory event at the Arts Club in Mayfair, with guests including Ambassadors and members of the diplomatic corps in the United Kingdom, of countries served by Gulf Air, owners and managing directors of some of the biggest UK travel companies, leading British trade partners and media representatives.

Gulf Air Chief Executive Officer Krešimir Kučko and members of the airline’s executive management including its UK Country Manager Rashid Al Gaoud welcomed the guests, sharing information about Gulf Air’s latest products and services and the many improvements Gulf Air’s Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner passengers will experience.

Speaking at the event, Kučko said: “Gulf Air has had strong ties with the United Kingdom since we commenced our operations to London in 1970. London is a key destination for our customers traveling for either business or leisure, and I am delighted to introduce our newest 787-9 Dreamliner double daily service on this route. I look forward to receiving passenger feedback on this exciting addition to our fleet, which allows our UK travellers to travel across Gulf Air’s expanding network in superior comfort. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank our key industry partners in UK who are integral to the growth and success of our London operations.”

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