DALLAS – The Middle East is today’s most prominent connecting hub, shared by a few carriers from the region. Their start to reaching such an ambitious position dates back to a rather interesting allied beginning.
The present-day airline, Gulf Air (GF), traces its roots back to the original founding entity, the Gulf Aviation Company, headquartered in Bahrain, which was then established by British aviator, Freddy Bosworth. With his single plane fleet, he intended to offer sightseeing flights and also set up commuter flights between Bahrain and Doha, Qatar.
Much-needed funding was secured from a group of local businessmen and there was read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”