Gulf Air launches Holiday Packages for Festive Season

Travel News Asia Thursday, 19 October 2006

Heralding the festive season that begins from October, Gulf Air has come up with a range of all-inclusive holiday packages for Eid Al Fitr, Christmas, New Year, Eid Al Adha as well as the National Days of Bahrain, Oman and the UAE.

An array of exotic and popular destinations are on offer in attractive packages beginning as low as BD 89 that include return flights, airport transfers by private vehicle , accommodation including daily breakfast and sight seeing options in as many as 14 countries in the GCC, Middle East, Far East and Europe.

For instance, an all-inclusive, three-night package from Bahrain to Bangkok costs just BD 200, or BHD 328 to London, including return flights, airport transfers by private vehicle and three nights accommodation.

Passengers from Oman can enjoy a three night stay in Kuala Lumpur for as little as OR 246 that comes with all the above comforts.

"The festive season is a special time, and what better way to celebrate than to visit those dream destinations, spend time with one's family or visit loved ones," said Gulf Air Vice President Business Units, Ali Murtada.

The packages, open for sale until 4 January 2007, have been designed and priced individually for customers travelling from Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the UAE in respective currencies for easy reference and convenience.

"We concluded a range of amazing deals with many of the finest hotels and resorts in 14 destinations, including Cyprus, Egypt, France, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Oman, Singapore, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, UAE and the UK," said Gulf Air Manager Destination and Leisure Marketing Jon Barnett.

"Not just that; we have also negotiated some fabulous value-for-money bonus offers, which range from free room upgrades to free extra nights."

Gulf Air frequent flyer members get additional mileage for every US$500 they spend on these packages.

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