Gulf Air Advances Downsizing Effort With Loss Of Three More Routes

Gulf Air’s downsizing continues with the carrier’s withdrawal from three more markets. The state-owned airline between early February and late March will stop flying to Colombo, Dhaka and Kathmandu, citing “commercial reasons” for the decision. The cuts follow Gulf Air’s announcement two weeks ago...

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