Gulf Air gave a green flag to five major agreements with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Aviation Group in Tel Aviv.
Acting Chief Executive Officer of Gulf Air- Captain Waleed A. Hameed AlAlawi asserted that there is immense pride in becoming a part of an official delegation from the Kingdom of Bahrain.
He stated that it is merely the starting of developing newer aviation opportunities.
“During our talk, we have approved a number of comprehensive agreements that will fix the confidence in aviation within the two countries,” added Captain Waleed A. Hameed AlAlawi/
It also agrees on international flight networks beyond the two carriers’ centres and includes plans for more comprehensive commercial service in the areas of support, cargo, travel technology, engineering, and any state that can serve both airlines and their clients.
The airline has touched an agreement with TAL Aviation Group to represent Gulf Air in the State of Israel.
TAL Aviation is an International Airline, Travel & Tourism Representation organisation with over 35 offices comprising over 50 countries all around Europe, Asia, the Pacific and the Americas.
Gulf Air started a Line Maintenance agreement with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Aviation Group.
Under the agreement, the Aviation Group agreed on providing a complete technical response to all of Gulf Air’s aeroplanes anticipated to land at the Ben Gurion International Airport, including post- and pre-flight assistance and assistance for any technical matters.
IAI’s Aviation Group provides Line Maintenance services to some 75% of the airlines that land at the Ben Gurion Airport.
The airline also confirmed an alliance with Q.A.S. Israel for Ground Handling, Cargo, Common Use Terminal Equipment (CUTE) and Lounges, and Newrest Israel for on-board catering.