Anticipating a rise in demand over the upcoming summer travel period, Gulf Air has announced frequency increases to and from all of Queen Alia International Airport, Amman, Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport and Istanbul Atatürk Airport.
Gulf Air’s double daily Amman service and daily Beirut service will increase to multiple daily with an increase of three weekly flights to each city while the airline’s five weekly Istanbul service will increase to daily – all from July until end of August.
Acting chief commercial officer, Gulf Air, Ahmed Janahi said: “Boosting our network, Gulf Air’s planned frequency increases will provide greater choice of flights and enhanced connectivity for passengers travelling across the Gulf Air network. The summer period is typically associated with an increase in travel demand to some of our airline’s most popular destinations. Our additional frequencies to the Jordanian and Lebanese capital cities and Turkey’s most populous city are all key to strengthening our existing business and tourism links.”