Gulf air

Gulf air
establishment: 1950
IATA - Code: AP
I.C.A.O. - Code: GFA
call signal: Gulf air
seat: Combined Arab emirates
firm structure: State enterprise
alliance:
Fleet strength: 34
goals: National and international goals

Gulf air (Arab: طيرانالخليج) is is the national airline of Bahrain, and Oman. The emirate Abu Dhabi is it its own Flugesellschaft Etihad Airways based stepped out there.

It approaches goals in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Near East and the Indian Subkontinent.

The traffic junctions are Bahrain internationally air haven (BAH), Seeb internationally air haven (MCT), Muscat and Abu Dhabi internationally air haven (AUH). The aviation spider is in Manama (Bahrain).

To 13. September 2005 quit the emirate Abu Dhabi its door from the airline Gulf air around itself completely on the 2003 created Etihad Airways to concentrate on.

Gulf air is member of the Arab air carrier Organization.

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Gulf air flies the following cities on (conditions: September 2005): Abu Dhabi, Alexandria, Amman, Athen, Bangalore, Bangkok, Bahrain, Beirut, Cairo, Chennai, Damascus, Dammam, Delhi, Dhaka, Doha, Dschidda, Dubai, Dublin, Frankfurt/Main, Hong Kong, Islamabad, Istanbul, Jakarta, Johannesburg, Karatschi, Kathmandu, Khartum, Kochi, Kolkata, Kuala Lumpur, Kuwait, Lahore, Larnaka, London, Mashhad, Manila, Maskat, Mumbai, Paris, Peschawar, Ra's aluminium-Chaima, Riyadh, Salala, Sana'a, Schiraz, Singapore, Sydney, Teheran, Thiruvananthapuram,

fleet

Airbus A330-200 der Gulf Air in London
airbus A330-200 the Gulf air in London

the Gulf air fleet in June 2005:

9 airbus A340

-300

4 Boeing 767-300 [work on] frequent Flier “and has the levels blue, silver and gold.

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of members of the Arab air carrier Organization (AACO)

Afriqiyah Airways | Air Algerie | Air Arabia | EgyptAir | Emirate | Etihad Airways | Gulf air | Iraqi Airways | Jordan aviation | Kuwait Airways | Libyan Arab airlines | Middle East airlines | Oman air | Palestinian airlines | Qatar Airways | Royal air Maroc | Royal Jordanian | Saudi Arabian airlines | The Sudan Airways | Syrian Arab airlines | Trans Mediterranean Airways | Tunisair | Yemenia

 

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