Manama, Sept.18 (BNA): Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, announces that it has resumed its direct flights to and from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport on 19 September. Last week, the airline resumed flights to Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), Cochin and Calicut with plans to announce a further expansion into more destinations within India soon. The flights are operating based on a special agreement between the governments of the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Republic of India.
Gulf Air has been operating direct flights between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the capital of the Republic of India since 1981 and its network of Indian cities has always been key within the Gulf Air’s global network. The airline currently flies to and from London, Paris, Frankfurt, Manila, Athens, Cairo, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Kuwait, Peshawar, Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, Thiruvananthapuram, Cochin, Calicut and Delhi.
Being one of the few airlines that continued scheduled commercial operations, Gulf Air continuously works closely with the governments authorities throughout the destinations on its network to resume operations as soon as airports open. Gulf Air boasts a flexible and agile network by immediately adapting to government orders and civil aviation directives around its network and has been responsive to continuous changes and updates regarding operations to and from its network destinations.
Updates are constantly added on gulfair.com/covid19 including travel advice, network and new health and safety procedures.