In recent years, Gulf Air has been intent on carving out a niche for itself in the Middle East airline marketplace by focusing primarily on regional services. That policy will continue, but new additions to the fleet will also allow it to expand elsewhere, Chief Technical Officer Jamal Abdulrahman Hashim tells Alan Dron. How will the influx of new aircraft change your fleet and your product? Gulf Air has ordered Airbus A320neos and Boeing 787-9s to replace its current fleet. It’s an ...

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