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Muscat International Airports wins best Airport in the Middle East

Posted 29 April 2019 · Add Comment

Muscat International Airport has been voted the ‘Best Airport in the Middle East’ for the first time since its inception, based on the traveller’s choice.

 

Oman Airports, represented by Saud Nasser Al-Hubeishi, senior vice president, accepted the award at award ceremony which was attended by a wide spectrum of professionals in the aviation, airports and travel industry across the world with a network of senior representatives of more than 200 companies from all sectors of the airports, aviation, travel, tourism and hotel industries.

Chief executive officer of Oman Airports, Sheikh Ayman bin Ahmed Al Hosani, said: “On behalf of the Executive Management of Oman Airports, I would like to congratulate all the employees of Muscat International Airport and all the official and commercial companies and airlines operating at the airport as well as all our strategic partners who contributed directly to this achievement. This award recognizes the exceptional efforts and services by all our staff and partners who demonstrate outstanding dedication to the betterment of Muscat International Airport as well as all the other airports of Oman.

He added,  “We are proud of this new achievement, which represents a valuable addition to our national success stories and which is the result of our endeavor, at Oman Airports, to continuously expand our global presence as a primary way to help the various actors operating at our airports achieve their strategies through state-of-the-art infrastructure and facilities and record level of services to all our customers.  He concluded: “May God bestow success on us and guide us along the path of achievements and expansion at international level. Congratulations to all of us.”

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