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Direct flights between Baku and Gulf Air have resumed.

by Mahua Special Editor

Gulf Air, Bahrain’s national carrier, will restart direct services to Baku commencing in 2022 with two weekly flights.

“We have been operating direct flights between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Republic of Azerbaijan since 2018, and it has been a popular destination within the Gulf Air network since its launch, offering the airline’s passengers numerous historic and cultural landmarks and tourist attractions to explore,” Captain Waleed AlAlawi, Acting CEO, said on this occasion. Seeing the return of some of our most popular places as the worldwide vaccination effort continues to restore normalcy to our daily routine is a huge relief for us.”

 All of Gulf Air’s pre-pandemic destinations are now operational, and the airline is working closely with government authorities in each of those locations as it continues to work toward resuming flights. Flexible and nimble, Gulf Air is able to react swiftly to government regulations and aviation directives surrounding its network, and has been receptive to constant updates affecting operations in and out of its network locations.

Gulf Air just won APEX’s Five Star Major Official Airline Rating, an accolade based only on certified passengers’ input, which was recently given to the airline. As a result of the company’s recent brand makeover and fleet modernization initiative, Gulf Air’s boutique strategy and the company’s signature product and service improvements have received this ranking.

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