Bahrain Air inks codeshare agreement with Nasair
- Bahrain: Tuesday, October 16 - 2012 at 01:48
Bahrain Air has announced the signing of a codeshare agreement with Saudi-based Nasair, Saudi Gazette has reported. The first phase will be implemented with the sectors from Dammam to Khartoum and Dammam to Beirut between the two carriers. Bahrain Air currently operates to 20 destinations throughout the GCC, Levant, Indian Subcontinent and African regions, while Nasair operates services to 27 destinations within Saudi Arabia and the Mena region.
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