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Oman Air employs district sales manager for Manchester to Muscat flight route

Posted 16 May 2017 · Add Comment

To support the launch of the new flight route from Manchester to Muscat, Oman Air has appointed a new district sales manager for Manchester, Feysal Nagi, who starts in his new role this week, he will be joined by additional sales support in the Manchester office over the next few weeks.

Nagi, Oman Air district sales manager Manchester said: “I am truly delighted to be joining the growing Oman Air team in the UK and have been an admirer of the airline for quite some time. I cannot wait to put my energies towards the challenge of increasing the revenue, passenger numbers and yields on the new daily service from Manchester to Muscat and beyond.”

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