Gulf Air

Originally Gulf Aviation and owned by BOAC (predecessor of British Airways) the airline became Gulf Air when the governments of Bahrain, Abu Dhabi and Qatar bought out the shares.

The first major airline in the United Arab Emirates the airline became the sole airline of Bahrain when Abu Dhabi and Qatar formed their own airlines in 2006.

Gulf Air has introduced Falcon Gold which effectively merges its first and business class into one cabin. First Class passengers still enjoy all the privileges of first class but at a more value for money price.

 

Gulf Air

Falcon Gold has flat bed sleeper seating on most longhaul aircraft routes (on some aircraft not all seating is of this type and priority is given to full fare paying passengerts) and passengers enjoy the cuisine of multi-award winning Sky Chef service, which was previously restricted to first class. Passengers travelling Falcon Gold also benefit from preferential check-in facilities, business class lounge and 1 40kg baggage allowance.

Gulf Air operates to 41 destinations in 30 countries across the Middle East, Europe, Africa and Asia. Its fleet consists of Airbus, Boeing and Embraer aircraft.

Please click here to view the official website for Gulf Airlines: www.gulfair.com

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