Gulf Air, Texel Air sign MoU to explore cooperation opportunities

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between Bahrain’s national carrier Gulf Air and Texel Air to explore potential cooperation opportunities. The MoU was signed by Captain Waleed AlAlawi, Gulf Air Acting Chief Executive Officer and John Chisholm, Chairman of Chisholm Enterprises, the parent company for Texel Air.

Gulf Air, Texel Air sign MoU to explore cooperation opportunities“We are always looking to discover ways to enhance our commercial partnerships, and to get involved in every related sector of the aviation industry. We are very impressed with this collaboration with Texel Air and look forward to embarking on mutually fruitful relations for the two parties,” AlAlawi said.

“Gulf Air currently serves its network with a combination fleet of Boeing and Airbus aircraft. Renowned for our traditional Arabian hospitality, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain is committed to being an industry leader and developing products and services that reflect the evolving needs and aspirations of its passengers.”

Gulf Air said it was delighted to cooperate with Texel Air, a Bahraini registered airline and maintenance repair organisation (MRO) dedicated to providing third-party cargo charter services to a wide range of customers. Texel Air fills a niche market for customised ad-hoc cargo requirements, to meet tight deadlines with unparalleled levels of customer service, according to the statement.

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