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Oman Air hosts Travel Agents at evening event

Posted 19 December 2017 · Add Comment

Oman Air recently hosted a special event to thank the agents at the Golden Tulip hotel in Muscat.

The conceptualised event that took place on 17th December was well attended by the leading travel agents in Oman.

The airline also showcased its initiatives for 2018. During the occasion, Oman Air shared the latest news on recent and upcoming plans as well as their new products, services, destinations, and their new on-board menu and dining experience.

Oman Air’s Acting CEO Abdulaziz Al Raisi said: “Travel Agents are an integral segment for of Oman Air business and we are proud to be working alongside our partners in the travel industry. Together, we can offer our customers added value and an enhanced travel experience. With the supply of seats exceeding the demand for flights, we know how essential it is to continue to differentiate our offerings and ensure that our guests receive only the very best in Omani hospitality. We congratulate all those agencies that have made, and continue to make an important contribution to the growth of Oman Air, and we look forward to providing further mutual support to them.”

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