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Oman Air and Royal Jordanian in codeshare

Posted 3 August 2017 · Add Comment

Oman Air has announced a free sale codeshare agreement with Royal Jordanian on flights between Muscat and Beirut via Amman and vice versa.

Under the terms of the agreement, which became effective from June 15, the flights are operated by Royal Jordanian and marketed by both carriers.

Oman Air is renowned for its award winning standards of comfort and hospitality and already has a strong partnership with Royal Jordanian built upon their shared commitment to providing excellent services to their guests. This new agreement will further enhance this relationship and offer guests even more options when it comes to destinations and flight times.

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