In a strategic move to bolster its European operations, Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, has announced an increase in the number of flights to Larnaca and Athens.
Starting December 17, Gulf Air plans to enhance its schedule to and from Athens by introducing 10 weekly flights. Simultaneously, the airline will also elevate its services to and from Larnaca, offering three weekly flights from December 20.
According to a statement from Gulf Air, these upgraded services aim to provide enhanced convenience and connectivity for passengers traveling to and from Bahrain, facilitating seamless connections to various destinations within the airline's global network.
Gulf Air highlighted its longstanding presence in both Greece and Cyprus, operating a robust network of direct flights between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Hellenic Republic since 1980 and the Republic of Cyprus since 1982. The airline emphasized that its network in Athens and Larnaca significantly contributes to its global connectivity.
Passengers interested in availing these services can conveniently purchase tickets through various channels, including the Gulf Air website (gulfair.com), the airline's mobile app, the Contact Centre at +97317373737, Gulf Air's sales offices, or approved travel agents.