Bahrain-based Gulf Air has detailed its corporate strategy for the five years to 2023, which will see it take delivery of 39 new aircraft and ultimately expand its network to the US. The plan, which follows a 360-degree strategic review, has seven pillars: safety, network growth, innovation, HR, customer focus, revenue versus cost and the airline’s role as a national economic asset. In 2018, Gulf Air will receive five Boeing 787-9s and two Airbus A320neos, as the 39 aircraft that it ...

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