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Gulf Air revamps corporate offering

Posted 25 January 2017 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has rolled out the airline's revamped Falcon Corporate Programmes: Falcon Corporate Plus and Falcon Corporate Loyalty tailored offerings that will benefit both employers and employees in companies, making business trips more profitable for all parties.

Designed exclusively for the corporate traveller, Falcon Corporate Plus offers competitive flight fares, discounted rates and exclusive benefits for corporates – giving them a dedicated account manager and support team alongside customisable privileges and employee incentives.

Gulf Air chief commercial officer, Ahmed Janahi commented: “Gulf Air’s high-frequency regional strategy gives passengers the flexibility of same day return travel, making business travel much easier. With the revamped corporate offering we are now going one step further and addressing the needs of companies across the Gulf Air network – making travel even more rewarding to both individual employees and corporate entities as a whole. It’s never been easier to plan business or holiday travel with Gulf Air and, as we continue to enhance our products and services, it is equally important to reward our loyal customers with a tailored corporate incentive program that appeals to corporates and small and medium enterprises (SMEs).”

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