Gulf Air commenced flights from Pakistan after three months suspension
MANAMA – Gulf Air is going to resume its flight operations on Sunday with a direct flight from Islamabad to Bahrain.
With the introduction of a direct flight from Islamabad International Airport to its hub Bahrain International Airport, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, which is being paired with flights from other cities in Pakistan in the coming days. In compliance with the Civil Aviation Authority in Pakistan, flights will operate only with passengers outside Pakistan.
Pakistan, we are back! Outbound flights from Pakistan are starting again with our first flight from Islamabad on 31 May 2020!
عدنا الد باكستان! حيو سنستأنف اول رحلاتنا من لسلام فباد في 31 مايو 2020!
.# البحرين # باكستان#Gulf Air #Bahrain #Pakistan #Islamabad pic.twitter.com/cZsXjmNViY
– Gulf Air (@GulfAir) May 30, 2020
Due to the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus COVID-19, Gulf Air has temporarily suspended its 7 destinations in Pakistan (Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, Faisalabad, Multan, Sialkot and Peshawar) in compliance with the order of the Civil Aviation Authority. Islamic Republic of Pakistan from 21 March 2020.
The airline, one of the few airlines to operate scheduled flights during outbreaks regionally and globally, shows flexibility and agility to government orders, directs civil aviation and closes networks around the airport and Has been responsible for continuous changes and updates regarding operations. To and from its network destinations. Gulf Air will continue to monitor the readiness of airports and resume operations for most of its network.-PR