Bahrain to lose with Gulf but fingers crossed with Air Asia

Bahrain International Airport (BAH) could be facing rough times

ahead, if Gulf Air effectively carries out its proposed ‘Get Well Programme’.

The carrier, which is facing a USD675 million FY07 loss, is planning to shrink

its fleet from 34 to 28 aircraft and terminate loss making Dublin, Hong Kong,

Jakarta, Johannesburg, Sydney and Singapore routes, in favour of Gulf and Middle

Eastern destinations.

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