Gulf Air Resumes Direct Service to Baku

Gulf Air Airbus A321; photo credit, Gulf Air

LONDON – Gulf Air the national flag carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain has announced that it will be relaunching a two times weekly service starting from January 6 2022 to Baku. The middle eastern carrier currently operates over 80% of its pre-pandemic route network and has plans to continue to resume more operations while working closely with government authorities throughout destinations on its network.

Captain Waleed AlAlawi, Acting Chief Executive Officer, said “We have been operating direct flights between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Republic of Azerbaijan since 2018, and it has been a popular destination within the Gulf Air network since its launch, offering the airline’s passengers numerous historic and cultural landmarks and tourist attractions to explore.”

“We are extremely happy to see a much healthier trend in the travel industry and the resumption of some of our most popular destinations as the global vaccination program continues to bring a sense of normalcy back into our routine.”

Gulf Air says it boasts a “flexible and agile” networking by immediately adapting to government orders and civil aviation directives around its flights as the rules and regulations for travelers is currently constantly changing, it is a key part of the carriers regrowth and continued long term survivability to be able to adapt to the ever-changing travel demands.

Read More: Gulf Air Resumes flights to Moscow Russia

The announcement by the carrier today confirming its relaunch of services to Baku show the airlines commitment to continue to rebuild its pre-pandemic route network with this announcement being the lastest in the last 4 months which has seen the airline restart flights to Moscow, Russia, and also seen the carrier continue to boost flight frequencies over a number of its networks destinations.

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