Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain and the carrier with the largest Middle East international network, yesterday (October 9) touched down once again at Sri Lanka`s Bandaranaike International Airport after a lapse of five years, marking a historic re-entry into Sri Lankan skies with five weekly flights. The inaugural flight arrived at Colombo`s Bandaranaike International Airport yesterday with a water canon salute while Gulf Air chief executive, VIPs and passengers were given a traditional Sri Lankan welcome by the deputy director of the Sri Lanka Civil Aviation Authority Rayhan Wanniappa, vice chairman of airport and aviation

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