Gulf Air, the national carrier for Bahrain, will add 11 new flights to Saudi, increasing the number of available seats by more than 3000 per week. There will also be an additional 22 tons of cargo space. The airline will add four flights to Jeddah, increasing the frequency from 10 to 14 flights per week, and seven flights to Riyadh, increasing its frequency from 14 to 21 flights per week. Increasing passenger demand has prompted the increase in flights.
Gulf Air CEO Samer Majali, said that the additional flights shows how important Saudi is to them and shows their commitment to their business strategy that is to focus on high-demand routes. The added flights also shows their commitment to daily double flights and same-day return flights for business travelers. Gulf Air is offering an introductory fare for flights between Jeddah/Riyadh and Mumbai, Chennai (Madras), New Delhi, Karachi, Kathmandu, Lahore, and Bangkok.
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