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Oman Air opens retail offices within the Omantel premises in Duqm and Khasab

Posted 2 March 2017 · Add Comment

Oman Air has announces the soft opening of its retail offices, within the Omantel premises in Duqm and Khasab.

The move into Omantel’s offices follows the recently signed MoU between the two companies. The MoU enables each company to create synergies across a range of activities to promote each other’s products and services.

There will be a number of benefits to the move including Oman Air having the use of existing Omantel’s self-service kiosk machines for online check-in, co-operation on an e-commerce platform as well as overall joint marketing activities.

Oman Air offices in these locations provide the guests with full-fledged ticketing and reservation services. Oman Air will also co-operate with Omantel on an e-commerce platform using the existing B2B and B2C originally launched by Omantel, helping boost Oman Air’s interactions with other businesses and consumers.

As part of a progressive expansion of its services, Oman Air opened its offices with Omantel in Duqm and Khasab. The Khasab office is located in the LuLu Centre, which is in the heart of the city and the Khasab Business Area. The Duqm office, is located in the centre of Duqm town. Oman Air staff at both offices will work in two shifts from 9am to 9pm.

Omantel has 70 retail offices in total across Oman which will be utilised for further collaboration and expansion between the two companies.

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