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Gulf Air extends Luxury Chauffeur Service to Bangkok, Paris, Frankfurt, Kuala Lumpur and Manila

Travel News Asia Thursday, 9 August 2007

Gulf Air has extended its luxury chauffeur drive service for premium class passengers to five new stations in its newly revamped network.

First and Business class travellers to Bangkok, Paris, Frankfurt, Kuala Lumpur and Manila will be able to avail the service furnished by top of the range chauffeur-driven luxury limousines, equipped with air-conditioning/heating, music selection, mineral water, daily newspaper and GSM mobile phones.

Families and people travelling as groups with excess baggage will be provided with Multi Purpose Vans (MPVs) to make their journey more comfortable.

Gulf Air already offers the luxury chauffeur service in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, London and Muscat.

A top priority in our service philosophy is to provide the best customer service and unmatched travel comfort to our passengers, said Gulf Air Executive Vice President Marketing and Sales Lee Shave.

The free limousine service is available to all full-fare paying passengers ticketed on Gulf Airs long haul flights and holding confirmed reservations in First Class (F or A fares) or Business Class (J fares).

In case additional cars are required due to a large number of passengers or excessive baggage, the same will be provided but the customers will have to settle the additional costs directly with the limousine company. Additional stops en route, if required by the passenger, should be requested in advance. The service needs to be booked at least 72 hours prior to the date of travel.

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