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Oman Air unveils Junior Sindbad flyer campaign

Posted 21 July 2016 · Add Comment

Oman Air is inviting passengers between four and 12 years of age to participate in a campaign and win a free flight!


Launching the first campaign of Junior Sindbad Flyer, the distribution of Junior Sindbad Flyer Passports is set to be completed by August 10, 2016 throughout the airline’s international network.

Paul Gregorowitsch, CEO at Oman Air, announced the launch of Junior Sindbad Flyer, saying: “At Oman Air we aim to make air travel an exciting and enjoyable experience for every customer. So we are particularly pleased to be unveiling our Junior Sindbad Flyer Passports for our young customers.

“Every Junior Sindbad Flyer will receive their own Oman Air passport which will be stamped and signed by the captain on every flight they take. Once they have collected 10 stamps and signatures, they will be able to claim a free flight to any destination within our network – what better opportunity to discover the world?

“To signal the start of this fantastic new campaign, I am delighted to say that we have presented Sultan, Mayar and Maram, the children of Sheikh Aimen Bin Ahmed Al Hosni, CEO of Oman Airports Management Company, with the very first Junior Sindbad Flyer passports. They are now the trailblazers for Junior Sindbad Flyer and we look forward to welcoming many more young flyers from around the world over the coming months.”

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