Gulf Air launches offer on premium products
Manama, May 15, 2012
Gulf Air, Bahrain’s national carrier, has come up with a summer offer for passengers to enjoy its premium services and products at an affordable fare.
Beginning today, Gulf Air offers 25 per cent discount on its popular Falcon Gold premium class fares to travel across its entire network of 50 destinations in Africa and the Middle East, Europe, Far East and the Indian sub-continent.
Tickets under the promotion can be booked from today until May 24 and travel should be completed any time before October 15, 2012.
Gulf Air chief commercial officer Karim Makhlouf said: “By offering this 25 per cent discount we would like to give our customers an opportunity to enjoy many new premium products and services that we introduced recently such as new world class lounges, latest in-flight entertainment onboard, full flatbeds, improved menus designed by our world renowned Sky Chefs and the services of our award winning Sky Nannies.”
“I am sure this will be a great opportunity for our customers to experience and indulge in our world class products and signature services at an affordable cost and enjoy their vacation in style and luxury,” Makhlouf said.
For the past two years, Gulf Air has been aggressively revamping its products and services in its efforts to provide enhanced, wholesome travel experience to its customers. Gulf Air now operates a very young fleet with an average age of just 5.2 years most of which have been fitted with modern interiors, full flatbed seats on Falcon Gold class, state-of-the-art in-flight entertainment that offers hi-speed broad band internet and mobile phone connectivity, live TV, and a vast collection of movies, music and games, not to mention the unique and award winning Sky Nanny and Sky Chef services on board.
In addition, Gulf Air has recently opened its fully renovated Falcon Gold lounge at Bahrain International Airport that features, for the first time, private sleeping rooms, a cigar lounge and shower rooms with hotel-style towels and luxury brand toiletries and amenities, besides a fully equipped modern business centre and a family lounge area with a Sky Nanny in attendance and a gaming room equipped with Xbox and PlayStation units. A similar lounge is also available in London Heathrow Airport Terminal 4 and in Dubai International Airport for premium passengers. – TradeArabia News Service
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