The Bahrain carrier Gulf Air announced that it would be operating three repatriation flights out of Bangkok on June 14, 21 and 28.

The flights will connect through Bahrain onto London, Paris and Frankfurt.

The airline advised passengers to arrive at the airport four hours before their departure time to check-in and bring their own face masks and hand gloves.

Gulf Air’s Falcon Gold lounges in Bahrain International Airport, Dubai International Airport and London Heathrow Airport have been closed since March 25.

A one-way flight from Bangkok Airport to London Heathrow on June 21 leaves at 19:35pm and arrives at London at 06:55am the following day. The ticket is bookable on the website for THB 19270 (US$622).

The airline has resumed several of its destinations: on June 1, Gulf Air announced in a tweet that it had resumed outbound flights from Pakistan, with the first flight from Islamabad taking place on May 31.

With seven destinations in Pakistan – Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, Faisalabad, Multan and Sialkot – the airline temporarily suspended all flights to the country on March 21.

On the website, tickets from Islamabad to Bahrain were able to be booked from June 2, at a price of PKR 216,915 (US$1,333.81), the price dropping to PKR 85,775 (US$527.43) on June 9.

Tickets from Islamabad to Dubai were able to be booked from June 16, at a price of PKR 62,405 (US$383.73).

Outbound flights from Middle East destinations are set to take place a few weeks later, with a one-way flight from Bahrain to Islamabad available to book only from July 1.

Tickets from Dubai to Islamabad are available to book one day earlier, from June 30.

The airline advises on its website that online check-in will be temporarily disabled, with passengers advised to arrive at the airport four hours before their departure and required to bring their own face masks and gloves.