Gulf Air’s efforts to restructure are bearing fruit among passengers, the carrier said Dec. 24. The Bahrain-based airline initiated a major reorganization in December 2012 to cut crippling losses, reduce aircraft and staff, upgrade its Airbus A330 long-haul fleet and focus on high-frequency, point-to-point travel on its core Middle East routes. Restructuring of its operations is continuing, following an 85% reduction in losses over the past three years, it said. The carrier turned in ...

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