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Gulf Air is a Kingdom of Bahrain's main flag carrier. It was founded in the year 1950. The hub of Gulf Air is the Bahrain International Airport. Falcon Flyer is the frequent-flyer program of the airline. The fleet Size of the Gulf Air consists of 35 aircrafts which provides service to about 38 destinations. The headquarters of the airline is situated in Muharraq, Bahrain. The airport lounge of the airline is the Falcon Gold Lounge. It is wholly owned by Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company.
The fleet size of Gulf Air includes, Airbus A320-200, Boeing 787–8 and Bombardier CS100. The airline offers several in-flight amenities like entertainment such as Audio-Video On Demand, Wi-Fi internet, Radio Broadcast. The airlines offers domestic and international flights to around 40 destinations in more than 20 countries including India, Pakistan, United Kingdom, France and United States.
The airlines was established on 24 March 1950 as the Gulf Aviation Company Limited. . The airlines has partnered and signed codeshare agreements with various airlines such as American Airlines, Garuda Indonesia, KLM, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines, Royal Jordanian and Safi Airways by which passengers of Gulf air can avail the services of the other airlines. The company also provides Falconflyer programme, a frequent-flyer program in which passengers are offered with Blue, Sliver and Gold memberships. The members earn points or miles while availing the airline service and can redeem miles for buying tickets, free upgrades, excess baggage redemption and various discounts from the partnered companies all over the world. There are several different airlines with which Gulf Air has signed the codeshare agreement that are American Airline, Malaysia Airline, Thai Airways International, Cyprus Airways, Philippines Airline, Yemenia, EgyptAir, Royal Jordanian, Garuda Indonesia, Safi Airways, KLM, Saudia and Korean Air.