Gulf Air to increase Cairo frequency
ATP- Arab tourism portal- Manama, Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, plans to increase flights between the kingdom and Cairo, Egypt, to double daily from August 24.
The carrier, which currently flies 12 times a week to the Egyptian capital, is looking to meet high passenger demand following successful negotiations between Bahrain’s Civil Aviation Authority and the Egypt’s Civil Aviation Authority, to increase air traffic rights between the two countries.
Ahmed Janahi, Gulf Air’s acting chief commercial officer, said: “Gulf Air’s increased Cairo service will mean a greater connection to one of our national carrier’s longstanding routes.
We are always looking to satisfy the high demand to and from Cairo and cater to passenger needs on this popular route. With twice daily flights between Bahrain and Cairo we are offering enhanced schedule flexibility for our travelers.”