Cake of the Week:
Gulf Air’s Bahrain to Copenhagen
Cutting the desert-themed cake to welcome Gulf Air to Copenhagen were Copenhagen Airports’ new CEO Thomas Woldbye and Gulf Air’s CCO Karim Makhlouf.
In Bahrain, the first passenger bound for Copenhagen joined Makhlouf in cutting the ribbon.
- Gulf Air became the next Middle Eastern airline to serve Denmark’s capital Copenhagen (CPH) as the airline on 1 July launched four weekly services from its Bahrain (BAH) hub. Flights, which are scheduled on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, are operated by PrivatAir of Switzerland with 737-700 aircraft. This is the first time the two airports are connected. Karim Makhlouf, Gulf Air’s CCO, commented: “We know that Scandinavians are keen travellers to the Asian and the Indian sub-continent regions and Copenhagen is the travel hub for the Scandinavian and Baltic regions.”