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Gulf Air is the flagship carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain and is headquartered at Muharraq. The airline offers passengers tickets at competitive prices for domestic and international destinations. It is committed to the latest in aviation technology and adherence to traditional Arabian hospitality.
On-Board Gulf Air
The airline started its services in 1950 as Gulf Aviation Company. It started off as a small-scale commuter service, serving the oil fields of the Gulf and some regional customers. It is now fully owned by the Kingdom of Bahrain through its Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company. Today, Gulf Airways is a major international airline serving various destinations.
The airline has won several awards; some of the most notable ones being:
- Best Airline Award at the Arabian Computer News Arab Technology Awards, 2012
- Best Airline Award for promoting Corporate Social Responsibility at the fifth annual Aviation Business Awards (ABA), 2011
- Middle East's Leading Airline Rewards Program at World Travel Awards, 2009
Connectivity and Fleet Information
The current fleet strength of Gulf Airlines is 35 aircraft, which includes Airbus and Embraer planes.
With Skyhub, the airline offers world-class in-flight entertainment. With cutting-edge technology, you get to enjoy the latest in communication products. With full broadband connectivity, you can access the Internet and stay in touch with loved ones and colleagues while you fly! Mobile phone services may also be availed of and a global live television service is available on-board. You can also shop duty-free products by selecting them online and having them delivered straight to your seat. The Sky Nanny Service is exclusively designed to assist families traveling with children.
Baggage Allowance and Web Check-In
The Gulf Air baggage allowance policy states that on tickets issued wholly on flights operated by the airline, checked-in luggage should not exceed 40 kgs for Falcon Gold passengers and 30 kgs for Economy Class ones. To find out more details on baggage policy, click here.
With the Gulf Air online check-in facility, you could avoid long queues at the airport. You may check-in 24 hours until 90 minutes before the flight departs. You may also select the seat of your choice and print your boarding pass from home. If you have only hand luggage to carry, then you may proceed directly to the departure gate with the printed boarding pass. To avail of the Gulf Air Web check-in facility, click here.
Cleartrip: Runway for Booking Gulf Air Flights
With Cleartrip, you may make all your Gulf Air online booking for your single or return journey in business, economy or first class air travel. By entering your debit or credit card details, you may make your booking with ease. We also enable you to find out your Gulf Air flight status.
It is always great to know beforehand whether your air ticket is confirmed or on the waiting list. Cleartrip help you to ascertain your Gulf Air PNR status here.
Gulf Air top sectors
The top sectors for Gulf Air are Dallas Fort Worth to Chicago , Chicago to Dallas Fort Worth , Las Vegas to Dallas Fort Worth and San Francisco to Dallas Fort Worth where it operates 41, 38, 30 and 29 weekly flights respectively. They also have occasional flights from Bahrain to Manila and Bahrain to Karachi flights. Find more routes here-
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