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Bahrain's national carrier Gulf Air has increased the number of flights it operates from Bahrain International Airport to Kuwait, following a rise in passenger demand between the two countries
Gulf Air will now fly 42 times a week to Kuwait, confirmed officials from the airline.
Ahmed Janashi, acting chief commercial Officer of Gulf Air, 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 two more weekly flights to Kuwait should reinforce Gulf Air’s longstanding commitment to our valued neighbour.”
The additional flights will be expected to operate on weekends, added officials from Gulf Air. Kuwait is an important destination for Gulf Air and is considered a ”high-demand” route for the airline.