With Bahrain in its network, IndiGo will be connecting all six countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council
Indian budget carrier IndiGo recently announced that it would start operations to Bahrain, its 25th international destination, from Mumbai. The new direct flights between Mumbai and Bahrain, will start from August 1. With Bahrain in its network, IndiGo will be connecting all six countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council.
Sanjay Kumar, Chief Strategy and Revenue Officer, IndiGo, said, “We are pleased to announce Bahrain as our 25th international and 99th overall destination in the 6E network. These new flights will ill enhance international connectivity and bolster trade, commerce and tourism between India and Bahrain which is known for its pearl diving and trading tradition. Bahrain will be the first post-Covid international addition to the 6E network. We will strive to stay true to our promise of affordable fares, on-time performance, courteous and hassle-free service across a wide network, onboard our lean clean flying machines.”
IndiGo’s Bahrain flights will help business and leisure travellers who are constantly on the lookout for new and affordable flying options to access destinations that help in building businesses and are known for their tourist attractions
The direct flight to Bahrain will boost tourism to destinations like the Royal Camel Farm, the island of Pearls, the Twin Towers of Bahrain Trade Centre, one of the largest underwater theme parks, Dive Bahrain, Isa Town, the capital city of Manama, Zalaq, UNESCO world heritage site of Qal’at Al Bahrain, Sitra, Muharraq and the wildlife reserve at Al Areen.
IndiGo’s Bahrain flights will help business and leisure travellers who are constantly on the lookout for new and affordable flying options to access destinations that help in building businesses and are known for their tourist attractions.
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