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Oman Air is launching two new comfort initiatives

Posted 27 October 2016 · Add Comment

Oman Air is launching two new comfort initiatives, including a paid seat upgrade and extra legroom service for economy tickets that will offer customers the opportunity to increase their in-flight comfort levels even further.

On top of offering seat upgrades, Oman Air will also offer its customers in economy the chance to pre-purchase seats with extra leg-room.

Aboudy Nasser senior vice president - network planning & revenue management said: “In recent years we have made a huge commitment to improving the comfort of our customers wherever we can. We are delighted to announce the launch of these two new on-board initiatives that underline our dedication to providing the highest quality of service for all as we continue to set industry standards when it comes to product and on-board experience.”

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