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Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Gulf Air to Offer Philippines-Dublin Connecting Flight

Travelers can soon take their flights from the Philippines and other Far East countries to Dublin, Ireland passing through Bahrain and vice versa by flying through Gulf Air. This flight from the Philippines to Dublin is made possible when the airline launches in December the first-ever scheduled services from Dublin to the Middle East and onward connections and vice versa.

(James Hogan, CEO of Gulf Air: Those who are set to benefit from the
new flight connections include Filipino nurses, overseas contract workers
(OFWs) and businesspeople traveling to Ireland)

The non-stop flights (from Dublin) will allow direct travel to the Kingdom of Bahrain and onward connections to more than 40 cities in the Middle East, Africa, the Far East and Australia, James Hogan, president and chief executive of Gulf Air said. reland is one of the major employees of nurses and other workers from the Philippines. Flights will operate on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday with timings designed for excellent onward connections to the Far East and Australia. Read More ....

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