Thursday, August 16, 2012

Gulf Air to Resume Services to Iran

Bahrain’s national carrier, Gulf Air will resume its services to Iran. The carrier announced that between 20 September and 20 October it will progressively begin services to Tehran, Mashhad, Shiraz and Isfahan. Gulf Air will be catering to many Iranians living and working in Bahrain and other GCC countries. (The Gulf Today, 17 August)

Photo Credit: Gulf Air Airbus 340 / Wikimedia Commons


Anonymous said...

We've given away our Caspian sea resources.
We've given away Persian Gulf and allowed Qatar to steal our gas.
We've given away our commercial airspace to Qatar,a nation 750 thousand.
Our national carrier in ruins,therefor allowing Qatar Air and Gulf Air to dominate internal flights.
Turkish Airways used for international flights,another nail in the coffin of our airlines.
And then some apologists claim that Iran is "independent".

Anonymous said...

Anon 6:08 AM

Please take your nonsense elsewhere unless you have factual proof to back up your absurd claims.

Anonymous said...

Anon 11:07 PM

" back up your absurd claims."

Caspian Sea used to be 50 percent,now 13 percent.

Qatar is stealing our gas from section which is close to theirs in the Persian gulf.

Qatar has been given rights to operate domestic services in Iranian airspace.

Turkish airways has replaced Iran air and Mahan air for international flights.

The list goes on and on and on.

You are the Islamic regimes apologist.

Anonymous said...

Kool pic! I like the paint scheme, it is like two aircraft merged into one!

Anonymous said...

The Resume is after million of money lost that government intervene to save the company.
they want to privatize it and with such a policy of preventing flight to Iran, Iraq, Lebanon and Syrian.
they lost a lot.
they opened flight to kabool loool can they ever think??!!
Iran should ask for compensation for damage to Iranian Tourist industry.