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Gallery: Gulf Air's newest 787-9 with a re-designed livery

Gulf Air will celebrate its 70th anniversary in 2020 with a series of events and promotions.

Gallery: Gulf Air's newest 787-9 with a re-designed livery
Bahrain's Gulf Air received its seventh Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner with a re-designed Golden Falcon Lockheed TriStar livery, representing the company’s iconic design from the 1970s.
Gallery: Gulf Air's newest 787-9 with a re-designed livery
Attendees stand for a photograph with (L-R) Gulf Air's chairman of board of directors, Zayed bin Rashid Al Zayani; Secretary of Commerce, Wilbur L. Ross Jr. and Timothy Keating is executive vice president of Government Operations for The Boeing Company at Dulles International Airport.
Gallery: Gulf Air's newest 787-9 with a re-designed livery
Gulf Air’s chairman of board of directors, Zayed bin Rashid Al Zayani speaks during the event at Dulles International Airport in Washington DC.
Gallery: Gulf Air's newest 787-9 with a re-designed livery
Zayed bin Rashid Al Zayani handshake with Wilbur L. Ross Jr. at the event, which took place ahead of Gulf Air’s 70th anniversary at Dulles International Airport.
Gallery: Gulf Air's newest 787-9 with a re-designed livery
Wilbur L. Ross, Jr. Secretary, US Department of Commerce speaks during the event in Washington DC.
Gallery: Gulf Air's newest 787-9 with a re-designed livery
Zayed bin Rashid Al Zayani and Wilbur L. Ross Jr. toured the aircraft.
Gallery: Gulf Air's newest 787-9 with a re-designed livery
During a contract signing ceremony held at Dulles International Airport in Washington DC.
Gallery: Gulf Air's newest 787-9 with a re-designed livery
Zayed bin Rashid Al Zayani and Wilbur L. Ross Jr. toured the aircraft.