Gulf Air operations move back to Terminal 4 at London Heathrow
Gulf Air, Bahrain’s national carrier, will on Friday move back its operations to Terminal 4 at London Heathrow Airport.
“Effective July 1, all Gulf Air flights between Bahrain and London –two scheduled daily flights – will arrive and depart from Terminal 4,” Gulf Air said in a statement.
“We are delighted to commence operations to and from London Heathrow Airport to our original home at Terminal 4 – further facilitating and enhancing passenger movement and comforts on the ground,” Gulf Air Acting Chief Executive Officer Captain Waleed AlAlawi said
“All passengers travelling with Gulf Air can now enjoy a modern, efficient and passenger-friendly facility in Terminal 4. With the broad scope of facilities on offer we anticipate our passengers will be delighted with all that the terminal has to offer.”
Some facilities in Terminal 4 will not open due to regulatory challenges at London Heathrow Airport, and Gulf Air Falcon Gold Lounge in Terminal 4 will not be available for now until further notice.
Gulf Air has had a strong presence in the United Kingdom since its first flight to London in 1970, and currently it operates a double daily service to London Heathrow Airport offering passengers a choice of morning and evening flights.