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Gulf Air temporarily suspends flights from and to Dubai

Posted 25 February 2020 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has confirmed that it is complying with the Civil Aviation Affairs (CAA) order to temporarily suspend flights to and from Dubai International Airport for 48 hours.

 

The CAA urges all citizens and residents of Bahrain who are currently in areas affected by the Coronavirus (COVID 19) and who were planning to return to the Kingdom of Bahrain to call the following number +973 17227555.

The airline said in a statement: “Gulf Air apologizes to its affected passengers for any inconvenience that this may have caused and is working closely with the concerned authorities in the Kingdom of Bahrain and to take all precautionary and preventive measures in order to ensure the safety and security of the citizens and residents of the Kingdom of Bahrain along with its passengers and crew.”

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