Gulf Air increases Saudi services
Manama: Gulf Air is all set to increase its Riyadh service with an increase of four additional afternoon flights per week effective from March 3.
The move will take the airline’s weekly flights between Bahrain International Airport and King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh from 28 to a total of 32.
“Today, Gulf Air operates direct flights to five destinations within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Dammam, Riyadh, Madina Al Munawarah, Jeddah and Gassim,” said Gulf Air A/Chief Commercial Officer Ahmed Janahi.
Flight GF0189 will operate on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. It will depart from Bahrain at 13:45 and lands in RUH at 15:00. Flight GF0190 which also operates on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday will depart from RUH at 16:00 and reaches BAH at 17:10. All times are local.