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Bahrain national carrier Gulf Air has started operating a four-times weekly service to the capital of Denmark.
Flight GF027 leaves Bahrain on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 1.30am, arriving into the Danish capital at 7.30am.
From Copenhagen, flight GF026 also leaves Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, at 11am, and arrives into Bahrain at 6.50pm.
Karim Makhlouf, Gulf Air’s chief commercial officer, said the new Copenhagen would provide access to the Scandinavian and Baltic markets.
“We know that Scandinavians are keen travellers to the Asian and the Indian sub-continent regions and Copenhagen is the travel hub for the Scandinavian and Baltic regions,” he said.
Fellow Gulf carrier Qatar Airways already operates a daily service between its Doha hub and Copenhagen, while Emirates is due to start daily flights from August 1.