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Etihad Airways To Bahrain Flight Schedule

Route

Airline

Duration

 

BAH CCU

9h 45m

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BAH DEL

9h 10m

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BAH AMD

7h 25m

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BAH BLR

14h 10m

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BAH COK

8h 40m

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BAH TRZ

3h 15m

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BAH MAA

8h 50m

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BAH HYD

14h 10m

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BAH PNQ

3h 55m

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BAH BOM

9h 45m

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About Etihad Airways

Etihad Airways has come a long way in a small time and is now the flag carrier and the second-largest airline of the United Arab Emirates. It was established by the Royal (Emiri) Decree in July 2003 and wholly owned by the Government of Abu Dhabi with a mandate to operate safely, commercially and profitably. The airline offers its guests a network of over 110 passenger and cargo destinations across six continents, with a young and environmental friendly fleet of more than 120 aircrafts. Etihad is also one of five key business divisions of the Etihad Aviation Group (EAG). The diversified global aviation and travel group also includes the Etihad Airways Engineering, Etihad Airport Services, the Hala Group and Airline Equity Partners. Etihad's guests are at the heart of everything it does and its vision is to be the best airline in the world, connecting Abu Dhabi to the rest of the globe. The airline seeks to reflect its values of Arabian hospitality and warmth as well as enhance the reputation of Abu Dhabi as a world-class business and leisure destination.

About Bahrain (BAH)

About Bahrain

Bahrain is an Arab island nation in the Persian Gulf. It is an archipelago consisting of the Bahrain Island and several other small islands surrounding it. The Kingdom of Bahrain, as it is officially known, was one of the first Gulf States to discover oil, but its rapidly declining oil reserves forced the country to diversify its economy. Today, the economy relies mostly on tourism, hospitality, retail, and processing crude oil from neighbouring states. Bahrain has also started investing heavily in finance and has endeavoured to become a leading regional banking centre, especially with respect to Islamic finance.

Bahrain is believed to be the site of the ancient Dilmun civilization. In the late 1700s, the Al-Khalifa royal family took over Bahrain. In order to secure their holdings, they entered a series of treaties with the United Kingdom and became a protectorate of the British. Bahrain attained its independence in 1971. Leaving the Emirates status, Bahrain was declared a kingdom in 2002. The vast numbers of expats coming into the country for their livelihood had people talking about Bahrain as a country showcasing immense cultural diversity.

 

How to reach Bahrain

 

By Air – The Bahrain International Airport serves as the nerve centre to its national carrier Gulf Air. Almost all major airlines offer daily flights to Bahrain from cities like Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, and Kochi. While travelling from outside of India, one can hop on a flight from all other major international hotspots like Bangkok, Singapore, Melbourne, and Cairo.

 

By Road – The Saudi–Bahraini Transport Company (SAPTCO) is the official provider of bus services in Bahrain. They run eight buses daily from Riyadh to Manama. Reservations should be made ahead of time as the seats fill up fast. One can also drive through any of the many inter-state highways that connect Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. Rented vehicles are not advisable as it involves a ton of paperwork.

 

By Water – Various luxury cruises connect many Gulf nations, including Bahrain. A travel planned well ahead of time can even offer experiences such as feeling like royalty in the sea.

 

What to do in Bahrain

 

The discovery of oil in the country led to expeditious modernisation, and within years, desert tents transformed into skyscrapers over 300-metre high. People now visit Bahrain to see the ruins of the old Dilmun civilizations, the mighty fortress of Al-Qat Bahrain, the famous scuba diving sites in the country, and the whimsical desert town in the land. Bahrain is also one of the prestigious locations across the world, which hosts the Formula 1 Grand Prix, held every year in the month of April. Most people plan their trip to Bahrain around a race or a football match. The Bahrain National Stadium is huge and is designed to host a very large crowd of around 30,000 people. The top places to explore while in Bahrain are the following:

The Bahrain National Museum

Riffa

Juffair

Amwaj Island

Beit Sheikh Ali House

Hawar Islands

Isa Town

Hamad Town

Zallaq

A’Ali

Al Jasra

Qal’at Al Bahrain

Al Afreen

Saar

The Bahrain International Circuit

Lost Paradise of Dilmun Water Park

Reef Island

Ahmed Al Fateh Islamic Island

Bahrain Financial Harbour

Busaad Art Gallery

National Theater of Bahrain

Dragon City Bahrain

 

There are many cultural and theme tours offered by numerous operators as well as archaeological tours, which offer tourists a good sense of the history and heritage about Bahrain.

 

Major Airports in and around Bahrain

 

The Bahrain International Airport is the primary airport of Bahrain. Gulf Air is the national carrier for Bahrain. Other carriers that connect the land to all the major cities of the world include Fly Dubai, Sri Lankan Airlines, Emirates, Oman Air, Qatar Airways, Jet Airways, etc. that connect Bahrain to.

 

Make My Trip offers a wide range of flights to Bahrain. One can easily log into the Make My Trip website or mobile app to book flights to and from Bahrain. Make My Trip flights to Bahrain are offered at huge discounts to first-time users as well as the regular travellers. Season tickets can also be availed at a great discount while booking from Make My Trip.

About Bahrain Intl

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