|Quoting SIA747Megatop (Reply 1):|
I'm not a fan of the Gulf Air logo on the business class divider and economy class headrest however.
|Quoting hinckley (Reply 3):|
Incredible . . . flat-beds on as 321. What routes would these be used on?
|Quoting babybus (Reply 2):|
I think the headrests in economy look spectacular. That's just my opinion though.
|Quoting WY101 (Reply 5):|
Airlineroute posted about the routes that are going to be served with the premium cabins here is the link:
|Quoting Thai744 (Reply 7):|
They've been left in the dust by Emirates, Etihad and Qatar, so it's good to see them lifting their game finally.
|Quoting sq_ek_freak (Reply 11):|
Premium aircraft on routes like Mumbai and Delhi fine - but on Kochi, Colombo and Karachi kind of surprises me. Perhaps its for crew training purposes? The European routes make sense - Copenhagen, Frankfurt and Paris. The introduction of these aircraft seems to be Gulf Air's market realignment strategy in motion. It seems as though the larger Airbus wide bodies was too much aircraft for GF even on larger routes such as Frankfurt - so its good to see that they are making strides not only towards profitability but towards providing a high level of service, even on narrow bodies.