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Gulf Air inaugurates Salalah and Malaga routes

Posted 17 June 2019 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has celebrated its inaugural summer service to and from Salalah yesterday as the airline resumed this popular route.

 

Gulf Air’s flight GF548 was welcomed into Salalah International Airport with a celebratory event that saw the attendance of various airport officials.

Gulf Air’s chief commercial officer Vincent Coste said: “We are happy to resume our flights to Salalah as we cater to the summer demand for this sought after destination. Many of our regional passengers prefer to spend this season in Salalah as it enjoys significantly lower temperature than the rest of the GCC. From now until mid-September, we will be flying 3 weekly flights and I invite our passengers to experience this summer destination and enjoy its nature and pleasant weather.”

 

 

Gulf Air has also celebrated its inaugural summer service to and from Malaga Costa del Sol in South Spain. Gulf Air’s flight GF021 was welcomed into Malaga Costa del Sol Airport with a water cannon salute and, upon arrival, a celebratory event was held at the airport that saw the attendance of various dignitaries, Costa del Sol Tourism Authority, a number of local media and travel industry representatives, alongside airport officials.

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