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About Thiruvananthapuram (TRV)
Being a capital city of Kerala, it is the headquarters of the Thiruvananthapuram district. It is situated on the west coast of India near the extreme south region of the mainland. This city is referred as the “Evergreen city of India” by Mahatma Gandhi. The city is distinguished by its wavy terrain of low coastal hills and active commercial alleyway. Thiruvananthapuram is the largest and the most populous city of Kerala. It is an information technology hub of Kerala with more than 80% of the state's software exports. The city is built on hills by the sea shore and intermediated between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea. It is ranked as the first by the number of foreign tourists visiting Kerala. Being the most fascinating destination for holidaymakers, one can do lots of fun altogether.
The city witnesses a tropical climate and it does not experience definite seasons. Its maximum temperature is almost 34°C and minimum temperature is 21°C. The city experiences high humidity, and it rises to almost 90% during the monsoon weather. It is a historic city, dotted with numerous historical structures, parks, museums, tourist centres and palaces. It is also famous for its distinctive greenery. Most of the tourists come at this place just to regain the serenity of the soul, as the verdant surroundings exudes tranquillity.
Some of the major tourist attractions of Thiruvananthapuram are like Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple, Ramanayar Palace museum, Kuthiramallikka Palace, The Kerala Government Secretariat,The Napier Museum, Keralan Museum, Sree Chithra Art Gallery, The Zoological Park,Kerala Legislature Assembly Complex, Kanaka Kunnu Palace, Priyadarshini Space Planetarium, Kerala Science and Technology Museum, Chacha Nehru Children's Museum, Shanghumukham Beach, Veli Tourist Village, The Padmanabhapuram Palace,Koyikkal Palace, Nedumangad, Aruvikkara Dam, Neyyar Dam, Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary, Ponmudi, SreeMahadeva Temple, Vizhinjam and so on.
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About Bahrain (BAH)
Located along the western shores of the Persian Gulf, Bahrain is a small island country. In actual it is an archipelago of 33 islands among which Bahrain is the largest. Basically the land comprises of low desert plain that rises gently to slight elevation. The place is acknowledged to be the site of the ancient land of the Dilmun civilisation. Bahrain is quite protective when it comes to safe keeping of its flora and fauna. To take care of its well-existing breeds and also those of endangered species of animals, it has five dedicated protected areas, which are – Hawar Islands; Tubli Bay; Mashtan Island, which is off the coast of Bahrain; Arad Bay, in Muharraq; and Al Areen Wildlife Park- a zoo and also a breeding centre.
Bahrain is a popular tourist destination as more than 8 million tourists visit this place every year. The land is a rich source of Arab culture and stores the archaeological legacy that gives deep insight into ancient worlds and ancient people.
It is due to the Bahrain International F1 Circuit that people all over the world came to know Bahrain's heritage and stores of historical knowledge. The land exhibits archaeological constructions that detail the history of about five thousand years of civilisation. The forts of Bahrain like Qalat Al Bahrain are great masterpieces of art and craft, and also are enlisted by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Bahrain has a big museum- Bahrain National Museum which stores artefacts, the art pieces that bespeak the country's history that traces back to the time when the island was inhabited by first ever human, around 9000 years ago. Similar Beit Al Quran is also a giant museum where you will find the real Islamic artefacts of the Quran.
Other famous tourist attractions that have huge historical significance include Al Khamis Mosque (one of the oldest mosques of the land), Arad fort (located in Muharraq), Barbar temple (an ancient temple from the Dilmunite period), A'ali Burial Mounds and the Saar temple. Then in Sakhir Desert, there is ‘Tree of Life’, a 400 year-old tree with no trace of water nearby.
Not only for the archaeological and historical features, Bahrain is also famous for Bird watching, scuba diving and horse riding.
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About Bahrain Air
Bahrain Air was a privately owned national carrier based at the Bahrain International Airport. Set up in July 2007, Bahrain Air initially operated alongside the state-owned pan-Gulf airlines Gulf Air to meet the increasing need of low cost carrier among Indian population living in Gulf region. However, in February 2008, Bahrain Air commenced its operations as a separate entity offering about 110 flights across 17 destinations worldwide. Major regions served by Bahrain Air flights included Africa, South Asia and the Middle East.
The second flag bearer of Bahrain, after Gulf Air, Bahrain Air was replete with a modern fleet of aircrafts comprising Airbus 319s and Airbus A320-200s. The two types of aircrafts had the capacity to accommodate 126 and 162 passengers respectively across their Economy and Premium class services. For the entertainment of its passengers, the airlines offered an in-flight magazine called Reesha. Other on-board services offered by Bahrain Air included meals and refreshments. The airlines also had a frequent flyer programme called Loyalty Rewards Program that offered several benefits to the members of Bahrain Air.
Headquartered at Mohamed Centre in Muharraq, this low cost Bahrain-based airline declared bankruptcy in February 2013 due to financial and political difficulties.