National carrier of Bahrain says to increase its direct New Delhi service from two to three daily flights starting from July 9
Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, is set to increase its direct New Delhi service from two to three daily flights starting from July 9.
Gulf Air operates a total of 75 weekly flights to eight destinations in India - Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Thiruvananthapuram, Cochin, Hyderabad, Calicut and Bangalore.
Gulf Air’s CEO, Krešimir Kucko said: “We are constantly developing strategies to satisfy the high demand to and from India and cater to our passengers’ needs across the Gulf Air network.
"Gulf Air’s increased Delhi frequency will enhance the existing Gulf Air service to one of our national carrier’s eight destinations in India.
"With additional flights between Bahrain and Delhi we are offering enhanced schedule flexibility for our valued travelers while also creating improved connections for those travelling to and from Gulf Air’s network of onwards destinations across the globe.”
Flights can now be booked for the additional Delhi flights, said the airline which serves a total of 49 cities in 27 countries.