Maldives in talks with Gulf Air to start flight operations

The Middle East has turned into a developing market source for the Maldives. Major airlines in the Middle East now operate flights to the Maldives, however flight operations by another Middle Eastern carrier, Gulf Air, are expected to further boost arrivals from the Gulf region.

 

Since its establishment in 1950, Gulf Air has turned into a key universal transporter, serving 42 urban areas in 25 nations spanning three continents. From its hub at Bahrain International Airport, Gulf Air operates a cutting-edge fleet of 28 air ships, with orders for 39 new Boeing and Airbus aircrafts due for conveyance beginning in ahead of schedule one year from now. Talks with Gulf Air come as a several worldwide aircrafts prepare for starting operations to the Maldives including Air France, Italy’s flagship carrier Alitalia, Indian low-cost carrier Go Air and Chinese low-cost carrier Lucky Air.

 

Major airlines from the Middle East that currently operate flights to the Maldives include Emirates, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways, Oman Air, Saudia and Flydubai, currently operate flights to the Maldives.

 

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