Gulf Air and Philippine Airlines sign Code Share Agreement

Travel News Asia Tuesday, 9 May 2006

Gulf Air and Philippine Airlines (PAL) have signed a code-sharing arrangement on selected routes to the Middle East and other destinations.

Under the code-sharing arrangement, PAL can sell tickets using the codes (i.e. flight designator or flight number) of Gulf Air to certain destinations in the Middle East where it does not fly to, but which are being currently served by Gulf Air.

The agreement enables Philippine Airlines to code share on Gulf Air's Bahrain-Manila-Bahrain and Muscat- Manila-Muscat sectors with Gulf Air operating six flights a week between Bahrain and Manila and one flight per week between Bahrain-Muscat-Manila. 

Gulf Air already has code-sharing agreements with American Airlines, Thai Airways, BMI, Cyprus Airways, Egyptair, Garuda Indonesia, Indian Airlines, Jet Airways, KLM, Olympic Airlines, Oman Air, Qantas Airways, Royal Jordanian Airlines, and Middle East Airlines.

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