Gulf Air restarts service to Columbo

06 October 2010

Airline is set to commence services to three more destinations by the end of the year

Gulf Air has said it has restarted its non-stop services to Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka. Passengers have the option to fly onboard the carrier’s new Airbus A320 aircraft five times per week. Gulf Air is set to commence services to three more destinations between now and December 2010: Basra from 31 October, Isfahan from 2 November, and Addis Ababa from 6 December 2010.

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