Gulf Air launches E-Ticketing

Travel News Asia 1 November 2005

E-ticketing with Gulf Air is now available for passengers travelling on any Gulf Air flight between Bahrain, London, Singapore and Sydney and is being rolled out across the remainder of its network gradually.

The airline said it expects to have full e-ticket functionality implemented in all its markets by the end of 2007, in accordance with the IATA deadline.

With e-ticketing, we all win said Gulf Air Head of IT Business Development Jamal Qambar. 

Passengers benefit by having a more secure form of ticketing, with less paper to keep track of. In addition, new electronic systems mean we can reduce our operating costs, which in turn benefits our customers.

People travelling from these locations no longer need to visit a Gulf Air ticket office to get their tickets issued, or rely on the postal service to have their tickets delivered.  

They can simply arrive at their departure airport, present their e-ticket receipt, their booking reference and appropriate ID then proceed with check-in as normal.

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