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Gulf Air resumes direct flights to Istanbul

Posted 19 April 2021 · Add Comment

Gulf Air will resume its direct operations to Istanbul Airport in Turkey with 2 weekly flights starting from 11 May 2021.

 

Gulf Air resumes direct flights to Istanbul from May 11.  Image:  Gulf Air

Gulf Air has been operating direct flights between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Republic of Turkey since 1985 and it is one of the airline’s main regional destinations.

 

The airline will also boost its services and frequencies to its current network as follows:

Cairo: From 6 weekly flights to daily flights

Dammam: From 6 weekly flights to double daily flights

Riyadh: From 5 weekly flights to daily flights

Jeddah: From 4 weekly flights to daily lights

Medina: from 3 to 5 weekly flights

Sialkot: Resumed with 3 weekly flights

Multan: Resumed with 3 weekly flights

Athens: From 2 to 3 weekly flights

Casablanca: From 1 to 2 weekly flights

Faisalabad: Resumed with 2 weekly flights

Manila: From 6 weekly flights to daily flights

Dubai: From 18 to 21 weekly flights

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