Bahrain Airport Services

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Bahrain Airport Services [BAS] was founded in 1977 to provide fully integrated airport services at Bahrain International Airport. Supported by a human capital of approximately 3000 staff, BAS is an ISAGO accredited Ground Service Provider which owns and operates four distinct business units.

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