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Gulf Air partners with ACP Rail International.

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Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, has announced collaboration with ACP Rail International, a major distributor of rail passes and train tickets to travelers from around the world, allowing them to book and purchase rail tickets for travel across the globe, from the comfort of their homes, via its website. With railway partners in Asia, Europe and Australasia, ACP Rail International affords an attractive range of rail products to Gulf Air passengers with the added benefit of greater value, convenience and flexibility allowing travelers to explore the many destinations across the airline's network and beyond. Specifically catering to Gulf Air passengers, ACP Rail International offers a wide array of rail travel options for those arriving in Europe. Travelers arriving in London can avail of the complete range of domestic train e-tickets, Eurostar e-tickets to Paris and Brussels, as well as BritRail passes for travel throughout England, Scotland and Wales. Travelers arriving in Frankfurt can purchase train tickets to all major European destinations. For these destinations, as well as for travelers arriving in Paris, Athens and Istanbul, the complete range of Eurail passes is on offer for travel throughout Europe. Gulf Air Chief Commercial Officer Ahmed Janahi said: "As we add further benefits to facilitate passengers' travel requirement we are working to change the concept of travel, making it a more convenient and attractive proposition while simultaneously broadening the scope of Gulf Air's reach across the globe." ACP Rail International VP of Business Development & Marketing Denis Grenier said: "Rail travel offers customers more end destinations, which greatly complements travel with Gulf Air, where ultimately customers will enjoy the convenience of arriving in city centers by train. To this end, we are very pleased to offer our extensive range of rail products, boasting great value and limited-time promotions."

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Publication:Arab News (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia)
Date:Oct 9, 2015
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