Gulf Air, Saudi Airlines to work jointly
Kathmandu, October 29:
Gulf Air has recently extended its cooperation to Saudi Arabian Airlines by operating two weekly non-stop code-shared flights on the Dammam-Kathmandu route, it was informed today.
This, the Saudi Arabian Airlines said, has been done in response to the increasing demand and to provide enhanced customer service as part of its new network strategy. The flights will be operative in the Airbus A340-300 aircraft. In addition to the code-share arrangement, Saudi Arabian Airlines has added its code on the Gulf Air-operated two flights on Riyadh-Bahrain-Bangkok route as well as in the two flights on Riyadh-Bahrain-Kathmandu route.
Moreover, Gulf Air and Saudi Arabian Airlines have a comprehensive code-share arrangement, which covers all flights and routes between Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.
Gulf Air introduced a complete revamped flight schedule beginning July 2007, which the Gulf Air press release defined as “received positively by the trade and the customers.” Gulf Air new network offers as many as 588 flights every week in the Middle East with more non-stop flights than any other Middle Eastern airline.