Gulf Air to launch flights to Dublin

Travel News Asia 16 July 2005

Gulf Air is expanding its international network with the planned launch of non-stop flights between Manama, the Kingdom of Bahrain and Dublin, Ireland.

Flights start on 2 December, 2005, and will be operated by Airbus A330 aircraft, which features state-of-the-art sky beds in First and business class.

The Dublin service will commence with three flights per week on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Flight GF0023 will leave Bahrain at 01:15 arriving in Dublin at 06:45, the return leg, GF0024, will depart Dublin at 08:30 for a 19:05 arrival in Bahrain.

Gulf Air President and Chief Executive James Hogan said, We have organised a number of charter flights for the Irish Travel Trade over the past few years and we therefore know that the Irish business community and public are keen to fly to the Gulf

Business and leisure travellers now have a unique opportunity to fly direct to the Gulf from Dublin International Airport, which avoids the need to transit via Heathrow or another European hub, usually associated with journeys to the Middle East region.

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