Gulf Air now flies from its Bahrain hub to Rome Fiumicino Airport in Italy and Entebbe in Uganda.
Gulf Air expanding Bahrain network to Entebbe, Juba and Rome; flydubai and United newest airlines at airport
What impact have the domestic problems in Bahrain had on the demand for air travel at the country’s airport in 2011? How seasonal is demand through the airport? How are the two national carriers continuing to develop their networks? And which other notable carriers serve the airport?
Bahrain Air relaunches flights to Riyadh in Saudi Arabia.
Gulf Air launched flights to Kenya’s capital Nairobi from Bahrain – the airline’s eighth new route this year.
Gulf Air adds Scandinavian route by launching flights to Copenhagen from its Bahrain hub.
Bahrain Air now flies to its first European destination as the airline launched flights to Turkey’s Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport.
A very busy week with 75 new routes starting in all corners of the world. But which Chinese airline launched its second trans-Pacific route? Which North American airline launched six transatlantic services? And which two airlines relaunched landmark services between Dubrovnik and Belgrade?
From its Bahrain hub, Gulf Air now again flies to Geneva in Switzerland with aircraft operated by PrivatAir. The route is flown three times a week.
The second phase of the start of the summer scheduling season has brought almost 130 further routes. Again, we have the analysis, pictures, downloadable spreadsheet – and cakes! Which two Mexican routes were picked up, having been unserved after the demise of Mexicana? Which Asian national carrier added its third Australian route? And which European low-cost carriers opened new bases?
The summer season has started with a bang! Although only two days of the new season make it into our report of the latest new routes, we report on an entire 160 new routes. Accompanying the analysis is a downloadable spreadsheet, pictures of 11 gorgeous cakes and a long list of more amazing photos from launch celebrations.
31 new routes have seen the light of day in the last week, but which two Asian carriers entered a new country market each? Which European charter carrier changed business models and began scheduled operations? And which US state capital got its second route with big jets?