Class rating 4.6
- Boarding 4.6
- Seat for sitting 3.8
- Seat for sleeping 2.0
- Service 4.8
- Entertainment 3.2
- Food & drink 4.2
- Punctuality 5.2
- Baggage 5.4
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
Gulf Air has three types of economy seating:
A320-200: This narrow body aircraft has 120 economy seats configured in a 3-3 setting with a single aisle (A,B,C - D,E,F). The seat pitch is 31/32 inches.There is no individual IFE screen, but only overhead IFE monitors
A330-200 Sleeper: This wide-body has 183 seats set in a 2-4-2 configuration. The pitch is set at 32/34 inches and each seat has adjustable head and neck supports and footrest. Personal video screens show 21 audio and video channels plus outside camera and telephone.
A340-300: This has 257 seats with a 32 inch pitch. The seats are configured in a 2-4-2 setting (A,C - D,E,F,G - H,K) , so no-one is more than one seat away from the aisle.
A340-300 Sleeper: Same seats as those on the A330-200, with 217 seats set in a 2-4-2 configuration (A,C - D,E,F,G - H,K). The pitch is set at 32/34 inches and each seat has adjustable head and neck supports and a footrest. Personal video screens include 21 audio and video channels plus outside camera and personal telephone.
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I took the short hop to Muscat after a working day in Bahrain. Arrived at the airport in good time - for a reason unknown to me or staff at the Intercontinental, my luggage went ahead of me to the airport so slightly unsure about being reunited with it but no problems there. I had checked-in on line and so went to the bag drop counter and was promptly issued with... more