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Oman Air introduces more payment options

Posted 11 April 2019 · Add Comment

Oman Air passengers based out of India can now purchase their flights with payment options that includes net banking from all major Indian banks, PayTM, Wallets, as well as EMI (Equal Monthly Instalments).

 

Oman Air officially launched the new options across on both the Oman Air website and mobile app on 5th February this year.

Paul Starrs the CCO of Oman Air said: “Alternative forms of payment within local markets give us the ability to customise our offerings to suit our customers preferences”

Oman Air guests can book through these payment options with Indian Rupees as their booking currency across the whole of India.”

Last year Oman Air had introduced Alipay, the popular payment system based in China in its online transactions, which was well-received.

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