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Gulf Air moves to piece concept for baggage

MANAMA, October 11, 2018

Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, will launch a new and simplified baggage policy providing more choice and clarity to its customers.  
 
The current weight concept will be replaced by a harmonised piece concept worldwide, effective for all tickets issued on or after October 28, the airline said.
 
The new policy has been introduced to respond to individual customer needs with greater flexibility.  The changes will provide greater benefits for Falconflyer loyalty program members, it said.
 
Customers will be entitled to bring one, two or three bags free of charge, depending on their fare type, route and Gulf Air Falconflyer status. On many routes, the new concept means increased baggage allowances for customers.  
 
At the same time, excess baggage rates have also been simplified.  In most cases, the fees for excess baggage have been cut significantly. Customers can benefit from further reductions if they purchase directly with Gulf Air up to 24 hours before travel, the statement said.
 
Gulf Air chief commercial officer Vincent Coste said: “In line with industry best practices, we are moving to a fair and transparent baggage policy. Generous allowance will be given to premium and Falconflyer passengers while we offer choices for customers with minimum baggage to pay less for their tickets”. – TradeArabia News Service



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