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Gulf Air CEO meets with new British Ambassador to Bahrain

Posted 1 October 2019 · Add Comment

Roderick Drummond, the new British Ambassador to the Kingdom of Bahrain, was recently welcomed to Gulf Air’s headquarters where he met with the national carrier’s chief executive officer Krešimir Kučko.

 

During the meeting, Kučko congratulated Drummond on his new post and they discussed Gulf Air’s incoming fleet and other recent developments of the airline.

Gulf Air operates double daily flights between Bahrain International Airport and London Heathrow International Airport connecting the two Kingdoms since 1970.

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