London, United Kingdom 23 July 2013: Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, has launched an ‘Early Bird’ promotion for its passengers travelling from London to popular destinations across the airline’s network in the Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and Far East.
Promotional fares on Economy class start from as low as £397 to the Middle East and £522 to the Far East. The airline has also included its premium Falcon Gold class in the promotion with fares starting from as low as £1,528 to the Indian Subcontinent and £1,668 to the Middle East. Destinations included in the promotion are Bahrain, Dammam, Muscat, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha, Kuwait, Najaf, Baghdad, Addis Ababa, Khartoum, Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, Kochi, Karachi and Bangkok.
Tickets can be purchased between now and the 8th of August 2013 on www.gulfair.com or through a travel agent and are available for travel until the 24th of March 2014.
Gulf Air Country Manager Mr. Rashid Al Gaoud said, “We have launched an ‘early bird’ promotion for premium and economy class passengers offering our customers the opportunity to plan-ahead for their holiday and business travels while saving on fares. Gulf Air, with one of the largest Middle East networks, its strategic location and efficient hub, is well positioned to connect travelers to many of the popular business and leisure destinations enjoyed by the UK traveller in the region including Dubai and Muscat and to destination beyond including Bangkok and Phuket through our codeshare alliance with Thai Airways.”
Gulf Air also offers a unique Sky Nanny and Sky Chef service catering to the individual needs and requirements of passengers. The airline was recently recognized as the best ‘Family Friendly Airline’ for the second consecutive year by a US-based publication and its cabin crew achieved the ‘highest’ ranking in a recent independent passenger survey carried out by IATA.
All prices quoted are return, including taxes and surcharges. Terms and conditions apply.
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