2014 Passenger Choice Awards goes to Gulf Air

By Gulf Air

2014/09/25 | 239 words | AVIATION WORLD NEWS | AIR TRANSPORT
2014 Passenger Choice Awards goes to Gulf Air © Gulf Air

Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, was recently honored at this year’s Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) Passenger Choice Awards Ceremony in California, USA, winning the John White Publication Award for best inflight publication.

Commenting on this achievement Gulf Air Acting Chief Commercial Officer, Mr. Ahmed Janahi said: “We are pleased to have the Gulf Air experience recognized by the Passenger Choice Awards. We are constantly striving to deliver excellence to our passengers by enhancing a broad spectrum of deliverables from our convenient flight schedules, multiple daily regional flights and variety of products and services both on the ground and onboard.”

Receiving the award on behalf of the airline, Gulf Air Senior Manager Inflight & Product, Mr. Mohamad ElAssaad commented: “Winning this award is a reflection of Gulf Air’s ongoing commitment to delivering excellence in our onboard products and services. The Gulf Air inflight publication, GulfLife, is a tool to help enhance our passengers’ onboard comfort, giving them information about various destinations across our network, in addition to updates about our airline – thereby further meeting passenger needs while at 30,000ft.”

The annual Passenger Choice Awards have rapidly distinguished themselves as the industry's foremost honor, as they represent the opinions of passengers. Comprising 13 individual categories, The Passenger Choice Awards were created by the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) to give the flying public a voice to recognize airline excellence and innovation in the passenger experience.

Aviation and aerospace newsletter

Sign up for free
to the weekly newsletter!

In the same theme:


2019/02/18 | AEROCONTACT | AIR TRANSPORT

British regional airline flybmi announced on Saturday it had ceased operations and was filing for administration, blaming spikes in fuel and carbon costs and uncertain...


2019/01/04 | AEROCONTACT | AIR TRANSPORT

Britain's two biggest airports, Heathrow and Gatwick, are investing in anti-drone technology following severe disruption at Gatwick caused by drone sightings in th...


2018/12/19 | AEROCONTACT | AIR TRANSPORT

British Airways will resume flights to Pakistan next summer, the carrier announced Tuesday, in a major vote of confidence from a Western airline a decade after suspend...

See also:


2019/03/14 | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | AIR TRANSPORT

Shares in Lufthansa fell sharply Thursday, after Europe's largest airline group reported a drop in profits for 2018 and warned that capacity bumping up against limits...


2019/03/14 | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | AIR TRANSPORT

Lufthansa, Europe's largest airline group, said Thursday that capacity bumping up against limits at overcrowded airports would hem in growth this year as it reported ...


Lufthansa orders 40 long-haul jets from Airbus, Boeing
2019/03/13 | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | AIR TRANSPORT

German airline giant Lufthansa said Wednesday it had ordered 40 long-haul jets, 20 each from rivals Airbus and Boeing, as it replaces its older four-engined fleet wit...