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Gulf Air participates in World Travel Market

Posted 7 November 2018 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has participated in World Travel Market (WTM), the world's leading travel trade show, taking place in London from 5 to 7 November.

 

The airline participated alongside Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority and a number of Bahraini travel and tourism industry representatives including hotels, travel agencies and destination management companies. Gulf Air promoted its latest products and services showcasing the airline’s new brand identity.

The show provides a unique opportunity for global travel trade industry to meet, network, negotiate, and conduct business. Gulf Air’s attendance at the event is in line with its longstanding mission and continuous efforts to promote the Kingdom of Bahrain to an international audience as a tourist and business destination. Bahrain’s national carrier has a long history with WTM and has been a key exhibitor for many years. The exhibition is an annual global event attended by key international players and professionals of the travel industry.

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