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Oman Air cabin crew in brand new style uniform

Posted 14 June 2019 · Add Comment

Oman Air cabin crew will step out in their brand new Oman Air uniforms this week.

 

Launching on London Heathrow (LHR) the new style uniform will be introduced across the network in phases.

As part of the Oman Air brand evolution which saw the first major product enhancement through the introduction of its new First Class cabin last year on its newly delivered Boeing 787-9, Oman Air will also launch its new Masterbrand video called “State of Wonder” which aims to showcase the brand evolution of the Oman Air guest experience and also capture the country as a destination.

Abdulaziz Al Raisi, Oman Air’s chief executive officer, explained, “Inspired by the rich elements of Oman, our new uniform is a testimony that style can be derived from our own inspiring landscapes and surroundings. It was a richly rewarding experience working on this project and we are very proud and excited to now introduce the brand new uniforms on our Oman Air flights. The tremendous amount of effort and time dedicated by our team working through multiple design iterations, and modifications before the precise styling and overall look was achieved in each garment, is indeed praiseworthy. “

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