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Gulf Air to step up customer service

July 7 - Gulf Air said yesterday its Worldwide Contact Centre's service will be available round-the-clock, as part of its efforts to step up customer service.


Customers can now reach the contact centre 24 hours a day, throughout the year to book their tickets, redeem miles, check flight status, or make other travel related queries by calling the local number 17335777 in Bahrain, or any of the local numbers available in 10 countries around the world.


"This is just one more step to getting closer to our customers," said Gulf Air Director, Sales and Distribution, Lars Denlew.


"Our knowledgeable staff are dedicated to making travel a seamless experience and they are just a telephone call away to solve all of your travel problems. Our aim is to ensure our customers are happy by delivering what they want, whenever they want it."

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