Gulf Air has added Manila onto its current flight network, after announcing that it was offering flights from Asia to Europe, connecting through Bahrain airport.

Though entrance into the Kingdom of Bahrain is restricted to citizens and residents, its national carrier has resumed flights to London Heathrow, Paris, Frankfurt and Manila. For London flights, the carrier advises that passengers must follow the UK’s new self isolation rule for 14 days on arrival.

A one-way ticket from Bahrain to Manila is bookable on Gulf Air’s website from July 4 for BHD831 (US$2,203), dropping to BHD304 (US$805) on July 6.

A one-way ticket from Bahrain to London Heathrow is bookable on the carrier’s website from June 27 for BHD332 (US$880). The airline also announced it was operating some flights from Bangkok to Europe, connecting through Bahrain. A one-way ticket from Bangkok to London Heathrow is available on the website on June 28 for THB19,195 (US$619).

On May 30, Gulf Air announced in a tweet that it had resumed outbound flights from Pakistan.

The airline is currently operating flights out of Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, Faisalabad, Multan and Sialkot.

Only passengers out of Pakistan are currently permitted, with no passengers currently allowed to fly internationally into Pakistan.

On June 22, the health ministry in Bahrain on Monday reported 434 new cases of Covid-19. The Kingdom has recorded 21,764 cases of Covid-19, with 16,419 recoveries.