The FINANCIAL -- Gulf Air, the Kingdom of Bahrain’s national carrier, has announced two additional flights which will be scheduled for the first week of its Georgia operations – in advance of the route launch to Tbilisi on 22nd June and due to high demand from travellers across the region.
The two additional flights will operate on 23rd and 25th June 2017, according to Gulf Air.
Commenting on the development Gulf Air Senior Manager Network Planning Sh. Ali Mohammed Al Khalifa said: “It is highly encouraging to see such positive demand on our newest route, prior to the launch of our maiden flight! Boasting a wealth of attractions in Tbilisi and neighbouring areas which draw visitors for all of medical and wellness tourism, family holidays, ski, lakeside, cultural and adventure holidays – I am optimistic that this route will be a success and will appeal to our travellers from across the GCC and MENA region.”
Gulf Air’s direct 3 weekly flights between Bahrain International Airport and Shota Rustaveli Tbilisi International Airport will commence on 22nd June 2017. Bahrain’s national carrier operates double daily flights or more to 10 regional cities, providing seamless connectivity for passengers travelling across its network via its efficient Bahrain International Airport hub.