Biman Bangladesh Airlines
Biman was established in 1972 with a fleet of 12 aircraft connecting to 19 international and seven domestic destinations. Elaf acquired its first GSA with Biman in 1999 for the Western Region and from 01st January 2022 Elaf has been appointed as an exclusive GSA for the whole Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Currently Biman is operating around 20 flights weekly from KSA to Bangladesh.
Madinah station was added to the route from 2019 which added 50% more seat capacity from western region, which will help Hajj and Umrah pilgrims and Bangladeshi expatriates in Saudi Arabia.
Royal Brunei Airlines
Royal Brunei was established in 1974 and has since grown significantly, winning awards and achieving four-star airline ranking in 2018. Elaf became a GSA in 2008, operating seasonal and Hajj/Umrah flights to Jeddah.
Royal Brunei operates a fleet of 14 aircraft, comprising five Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners together with seven Airbus A320neo aircraft and two Airbus A320s connecting major destinations in Australia, China and the Far East.
Ariana Afghanistan Airlines
Founded in 1955, Ariana is the oldest airline in Afghanistan and has historical credibility in the aviation market. The airline provides flights to Saudi Arabia, India, Russia, Turkey, Kuwait and the UAE.
Elaf signed its GSA with Ariana in 2006 and the strong team demonstrates personal commitment every day. Elaf’s wide-ranging expertise in different fields of service perform to the requirements of the airline.
Aegean has operated since 1999. It now serves more than 150 destinations, domestic and foreign, and carries about 18 million passengers annually. Aegean is the largest Greek airline by total passengers, destinations, and fleet size.
Elaf’s GSA was signed in 2017, operating Two weekly flights from Jeddah to Athens and two weekly flights from Riyadh to Athens all year around.