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Gulf Air gears up to host Gulf Flight Safety Council's annual summit

Posted 7 December 2017 · Add Comment

Gulf Air is gearing up to host the Gulf Flight Safety Council's (GFSC) annual summit which will be held in Bahrain this year.

As official carrier of the two-day event which will be held on 10th and 11th December 2017 at the ART Rotana Hotel & Resort, Gulf Air is committed to supporting and promoting the improvement of safety in the GCC region.

Comprising different sessions focusing on flight, ground and cabin safety, this year’s event will see the attendance and participation of key representatives from Gulf Air, Bahrain’s Civil Aviation Affairs (BCAA), Bahrain Airport Company (BAC) and Ministry of Interior (MOI). Airlines from the region, including Gulf Air, Emirates Airline, Etihad Airways, Saudi Airlines, Oman Air, Air Arabia, FlyNas and Flydubai, will also participate in the proceedings.

The Gulf Flight Safety Council consists of a regional and global membership base. Members include aircraft manufacturers, regulators, air traffic service providers, business jet and VVIP operators, airlines, cargo operators and more. The Council meets quarterly to promote safety improvement initiatives.

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