Emirates marks 20 years of flying to Bahrain

Emirates marks 20 years of flying to Bahrain
Emirates marks 20 years of flying to Bahrain

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Nevin Al Sukari - Abu Dhabi - Emirates carrier at the Bahrain International airshow.

Emirates, the UAE based International Carrier celebrates twenty years of flying to Bahrain.

In a tweet by Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President Civil Aviation Authority, he said, “Twenty years ago, Emirates landed for the first time in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The UAE and Bahrain share a long-standing history and common vision, and our strong, fraternal ties are underpinned by cultural and economic links that will endure for future generations.”

Emirates continues to play an instrumental role in serving the skies and communities in Bahrain, helping passengers seamlessly connect to a network of over 150 global destinations. The airline has progressively grown its presence in the Kingdom, going from two daily flights to four daily services, as part of its commitment to delivering the best in terms of network, convenient schedules and onboard products and services to Bahraini travelers.

76 Bahraini Nationals work at the Emirates Group, representing professions like flight deck, cabin crew, airport services, and many other roles. Over 47% of the Bahraini workforce at the Emirates Group have served for 10 years or longer, a testament to Emirates’ appeal as an employer.

Emirates’ popular loyalty programme, Emirates Skywards, focuses on bringing members value, choice and flexibility, and today there close to 140,000 Bahraini members enrolled in the programme, benefitting from hotel stays as well as retail and lifestyle experiences supported by the airline.

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