Gulf Air to return to Johannesburg

Travel News Asia 11 August 2005

Gulf Air is to return to South Africa, after an absence of more than eight years, when it launches non-stop flights between the Kingdom of Bahrain and Johannesburg from 2 December 2005.

The service will begin with three flights per week on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from Bahrain to Johannesburg and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from Johannesburg to Bahrain with timings specifically designed to connect with Gulf Airs other new destination Dublin.

Flights from Johannesburg will also provide excellent connectivity onwards to Hong Kong, Manila, Bangkok and Istanbul and a number of other destinations in Gulf Airs network.

Operated by Airbus A330 aircraft, passengers will be able to experience the airlines state-of-the-art sky beds in First and Business Class along with other innovations including Gulf Airs unique Sky Chefs and Sky Nannies.

The schedule for flights to the African continent is as follows:

GF 0024 Dub 0855 Bah 1855 (Wed/Fri/Sun) 
GF 0715 Bah 2045 Jnb 0445 (Mon/Wed/Fri)

GF0716 Jnb 1210 Bah 21.35 (Tue/Thr/Sat)
GF0023 Bah 0150 Dub 0645 (Wed/Fri/Sun)

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