BAS launches new website.
05 : 37 PM - 15/01/2018 Manama, Jan. 15 (BNA): Bahrain Airport Services (BAS) has launched the new website, which provides complete information about the company and its departments, facilitating the communication with customers and visitors. The website has been launched in Arabic and English, and includes a number of sections such as information about the company, the board of directors and its executive management, with the possibility of communicating directly with them, as well as the services provided by the company, including ground operations, cargo, catering, aircraft engineering, learning and development. The new website of BAS has also set up a section to advertise tenders, where local companies can learn about new tenders and their progress. As well as a section to advertise vacancies in the company, which helps job seekers to submit their resume and progress in the recruitment of the company, which has about 3000 employees. Among the services offered on the new website are the Dilmun lounge bookings, where passengers traveling through Bahrain International Airport can book tickets to the Dilmun VIP lounge and other services such as Dilmun prime Services, which allow passengers to be transferred to the aircraft by private car rather than by bus. As well as the Dilmun Limousine service, which provides airport transfers across the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. Business owners can also track their shipments at Bahrain International Airport through an online tracking service. The new BAS website can be found at: http://bas.com.bh/ AOQ Number of readings : 67 Last updated : 05 : 40 PM - 15/01/2018
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|Publication:||Bahrain News Agency|
|Article Type:||Website overview|
|Date:||Jan 15, 2018|
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