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Oman Air lends support to the annual ITP Global Conference held in Muscat

Posted 3 November 2017 · Add Comment

Oman Air supported the recently concluded ITP (International Travel Partnership) Global Conference held in Muscat from 18-20th October.

ITP is a long-established network of independent travel management companies with a growing portfolio of corporate clients. The organisation has representation in over fifty markets supported by a multitude of companies. Most of the ITP partners are locally owned and managed, with each being a market leader.

Ihab Sorial, Senior Vice President International Sales said, “Oman Air generates significant revenue from ITP agents and this is projected to grow further in 2017. The award winning products and the extensive network of Oman Air is very popular with corporate travellers. The opportunity to meet with key agents and partners from all over the world was utilised by Oman Air to network and project the Airline.”

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