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Gulf Air will increase its flights between Bahrain and Kuwait from 40 to 42 flights per week.
The airline’s decision to add frequencies to the Kuwaiti capital followed an increase in passenger demand between the two countries.
Gulf Air’s acting chief commercial officer, Ahmed Janahi said: We are delighted to announce two additional frequencies between Bahrain and Kuwait to further strengthen our regional network. Our Kuwait-Bahrain route sees consistently high seat factors and in response to the growing passenger demand, the introduction of 2 more weekly flights to Kuwait should reinforce Gulf Air’s longstanding commitment to our valued neighbor. With 42 weekly flights between Bahrain and Kuwait, travellers from across the Gulf Air network can take advantage of our fast and easy connections via Bahrain as we continue to strengthen our GCC and MENA network. We expect to see continuing strong demand on our Kuwait route and will continue to cater to our customer base there.”
The two additional weekly frequencies between Bahrain and Kuwait will operate on Saturdays and Sundays departing Bahrain at 13:15 to arrive into Kuwait International Airport at 14:20 and departing Kuwait at 15:05, arriving in Bahrain International Airport at 16:05.