Gulf Air is the national flag carrier of Kingdom of Bahrain. Quite recently, it has announced that flight operations out of Pakistan would be resumed from May 31, 2020. The officials have confirmed that for now, only the direct flights from Islamabad to the Bahrain International Airport will be made functional. It has further clarified that the flights from other cities of Pakistan will be resumed in the coming days. Here, it is worth noting that the flights will only take passengers out of Pakistan because the Civil Aviation Authority has not yet permitted the resumption of inbound flights.
Gulf Air Destinations In Pakistan:
Like all the other airlines, Gulf air had also suspended its flight operations to various countries including Pakistan. The primary reason for the suspension was COVID-19 outbreak, which is still wreaking havoc all across the globe. Before the discontinuation, Gulf Air was operating to seven destinations in Pakistan (Lahore, Islamabad, Karachi, Faisalabad, Multan, Sialkot, and Peshawar). After the orders from CAA on March 21, 2020, the airlines stopped its activities in all the seven cities. But now, it will start escorting passengers back to Bahrain from Islamabad.
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The Services Of Gulf Air:
You will be surprised to know that Gulf Air is among only a few airlines that have shown flexibility and lenience even in times of the outbreak. It also satisfies the customers by offering Cheap Flights Tickets. Despite the orders by the government and aviation authorities, it was still operating to some specific places in a bid to facilitate the customers. Moreover, since the airline’s response system is quite remarkable, it has been informing the passengers about the evolving situation since the start of pandemic. The officials of Gulf Air have informed the media that the airline will continue to monitor readiness of airports in the coming months.