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Gulf Air celebrates World Tourism Day

Posted 28 September 2017 · Add Comment

Gulf Air yesterday celebrated World Tourism Day in collaboration with the University of Bahrain. Recognising distinguished students of the University's Media, Tourism and Arts Division, Gulf Air awarded them complimentary flights to some of its newest destinations: Tbilisi, Georgia – Colombo, Sri Lanka – Athens, Greece.

Presenting the tickets to the University of Bahrain’s Head of Media, Tourism and Arts Division Dr. Abdul Nasser Fattah Allah, Gulf Air Corporate Communications Manager, Ahmed Al Anzoor.

Al Anzoor stressed the importance of tourism studies to further promote the Kingdom of Bahrain as a destination for a broad spectrum of global visitors, in line with the airline’s mission to raise awareness of the many attractions Bahrain has to offer, facilitating travel to the Kingdom and giving visitors the chance to experience the trademark Arabian hospitality for which its national carrier is renowned

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