Jumat, 16 Oktober 2009
Gulf Air (Arabic: طيران الخليجṬayarān al-Ḫalīǧ) is the main flag carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain. Headquartered in Muharraq, the airline operates scheduled services to 45 destinations in 28 countries across Africa, Asia and Europe. Its main base is Bahrain International Airport. The company's logo features a golden falcon. Gulf Air's most popular destinations include London, Paris, Dubai and Mumbai.
Gulf Air has come a long way since it launched services in 1950 as Gulf Aviation Company. Now fully owned by the Kingdom of Bahrain through Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company, the airline started as a small scale commuter service, serving the oil fields of the Gulf and some regional customers. Today, Gulf Air is a major international airline serving over 40 destinations worldwide. However, whether it is 10 or 100 destinations, seven seater planes or the latest state of the art jets, our goal has remained constant - a commitment to the latest aviation technology and an adherence to traditional Arabian hospitality.
Why fly with GUlf Air ?
Flying with Gulf Air you will experience the outstanding and warm Arabian hospitality and service for which the airline has become renowed during its 59 year history.
Today it has three daily flights from London Heathrow to over 42 destinations in 26 countries in the Gulf and Middle East region, South Asia, Africa and the Far East including Bahrain, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Riyadh, Mumbai, Delhi, Shanghai, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur.
Gulf Air Office :
Postal Address (Head Office) is:
P.O. Box 138, Manama
Kingdom of Bahrain
Gulf Air Logo
Gulf Air Aircraft
Gulf Air Stewardess, Flight Cabin, and Hostess :
Managing Director of Renault F1 team and co-owner of Queen's Park Rangers (QPR) Holding Ltd Flavio Briatore (C) poses with models wearing the new club kit and Gulf Air hostesses following a press conference to announce Gulf Air' sponsorship of Queens Park Rangers football club at Somerset House, in London, on July 3, 2008. The three year deal will see a local youth scouting group created in London and Bahrain.