Air International 2006-09
M.English - Gulf Air. The Golden Falcon /Commercial/
These three golden falcons, seen on the apron at Bahrain International Airport, illustrate, from left to right, the colours of Gulf Traveller (767-3P6ER, A40-GZ), Gulf Air's earlier livery (A330-243, A40-KB) and its latest colour scheme (A340-312, A40-LH).
These three golden falcons, seen on the apron at Bahrain International Airport, illustrate, from left to right, the colours of Gulf Traveller (767-3P6ER, A40-GZ), Gulf Air's earlier livery (A330-243, A40-KB) and its latest colour scheme (A340-312, A40-LH).
Gulf Air took advantage of the white rear fuselage area on its aircraft to advertise the 2006 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix, which it sponsors. This Boeing 767, A40-GV, was photographed departing from Seeb International Airport in January.
Although it distinguishes itself from the mainline operation by virtue of its tailored services, Gulf Traveller retains its links with the strong Gulf Air brand. This 767-3P6ER, A40-GS, is on approach to land at Seeb International Airport.
Following the decision to refurbish the interior of its aircraft, Gulf Air began with its A320 fleet. These, including A40-EB seen here, were reconfigured to give an enhanced two-class service.
This view of A330-243, A40-KA, shows to good effect Gulf Air's new colour scheme, comprising a re-styled falcon on the fin and a gold-painted forward fuselage. It is one of six A330s in the fleet.
These three golden falcons, seen on the apron at Bahrain International Airport, illustrate, from left to right, the colours of Gulf Traveller (767-3P6ER, A40-GZ), Gulf Air's earlier livery (A330-243, A40-KB) and its latest colour scheme (A340-312, A40-LH).