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Gulf Air increases Moscow service with daily flights

Posted 8 September 2017 · Add Comment

Gulf Air today will increase its Moscow service from four weekly to daily flights with a new operating schedule that will come into effect in the last week of October, coinciding with the airline's three-year anniversary of direct, nonstop service to/from Domodedovo International Airport in the Russian capital.

Ahmed Janahi, Gulf Air chief commercial officer, said: “By adding frequencies and enhancing our product offering we are making Moscow more accessible than ever for our customers travelling from across the region, providing them with greater flight selections for both direct and transit travel to and from the Russian capital. We believe this positive development will boost our competitive edge in the market and anticipate positive passenger response and heightened demand as a result on our popular Moscow route.”

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