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Oman Air awards loyalty

Posted 14 October 2016 · Add Comment

After the successful introduction of the National Day fares to Salalah and Khasab, with discounts up to 50% on specific flights and dates, Oman Air has announced the introduction of the new “Flight Pass” pre-purchase offer.

The offer allows regular travellers between Khasab and Muscat and Salalah and Muscat will be able to pre-purchase an online booklet of 5 to 10 travel vouchers at discounts of up to 30% off the standard fare for travel in specific booking classes, without further restrictions.

The booklets can be purchased via the Oman Air web site from November 18, 2016 for travel anytime starting in December 2016.

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