Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, has announced the resumption of its scheduled direct flights to Athens and Cairo, starting from the first of July 2020.
Gulf Air had started direct flights for the first time between the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Republic of Greece in 1974 and 1980, respectively.
The two destinations are one of the most popular destinations on the Gulf Air network because of their importance as focal points in the Mediterranean and North Africa regions. The airline is currently operating flights to London, Paris, Frankfurt, Manila and Pakistan.
Being one of the few airlines that has continued its operations during the past three months; Gulf Air continues to work closely with government authorities in various destinations of its network to resume operations once airports are opened at these destinations. Gulf Air is proud of its flexible network by adapting immediately to government instructions and directives of civil aviation affairs authorities in the destinations of its network, and its response to the continuous changes and updates regarding operations to and from all destinations of its network.
You can get the latest news and developments by visiting the Gulf Air website, including travel advice, network news, and the latest actions taken in the field of health and safety.