Gulf Air Airbus A320. By Rob Finlayson Bahrain-based Gulf Air, which announced a major restructuring plan last week, will cut its workforce by one-third. The Bahraini national carrier is targeting a 24% decrease in costs by year end and is reducing its fleet from 35 to 26 aircraft. While it will keep some widebody aircraft, it will increase regional services using the Airbus A320 family. Gulf Air has dropped eight destinations—comprising Dhaka, Kathmandu, Colombo, Copenhagen, ...

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