Discover an ancient holy city, set in sweeping desert, when you book flights to Najaf from Bahrain. Daily flights run between the two cities, with a short connection in Dubai, so you can choose to fly any day of the week.
Select an Economy Class fare and onboard our plane, you can relax in an ergonomically-designed seat and indulge in a huge choice of Hollywood movies on your personal touchscreen. Most of our aircraft have WiFi too, so you can check your emails and keep up with the latest news while you’re in the air. With all this to keep you entertained, you’ll be landing in Najaf in no time.
During your flight, you can indulge in a range of snacks and drinks available from our trolley. You can also pre-order a delicious hot meal from our international range of cuisines - if you’d prefer something heartier
Enjoy all these amenities and more, when you book into Business Class for your flight from Bahrain to Najaf. An Italian leather seat allows you to recline and rest up, while a dedicated member of cabin crew will bring you a stream of delicious food and beverages.
Make your way to Bahrain International Airport (BAH), a 20-minute journey from Manama. Hop into a taxi or for full flexibility, take your own car and make use of the short or long-term parking.
Once inside the airport get checked in at one of our desks and drop your bags before heading through security. Alternatively, you can speed up the process by checking in online in advance between 48 hours and 90 minutes before take-off. Enjoy the array of duty free shops and restaurants in the departure lounge before boarding your flight.
Touch down at Dubai International Airport (DXB) and spend your short connection perusing the luxury shops and gourmet restaurants.
Admire the Iraq city of Najaf rise up from the desert as you descend into Najaf International Airport (NJF). Located just four miles from the centre, the airport has multiple transfer options – you can either take a taxi or bus to the city and begin your adventure.
Welcome to the Middle East’s City of Culture 2012, ancient Najaf . Standing on the edge of the desert, this holy city dates back to the 8th century. It’s home to the Holy Shrine of Imam Ali, the first Imam of the Shiites, which attracts millions of people to Najaf every year. Stand outside the mosque and admire the golden dome and dazzling minarets, before heading inside to pay your respects. Bustling souks and traditional restaurants can also be found throughout the city, the perfect way to enjoy an authentic experience in Najaf.