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Oman Air makes premium comfort amenities in time for Eid Al Adha

Posted 17 August 2018 · Add Comment

Oman Air makes premium comfort amenities available for all on selected flights in time for Eid Al Adha.

 

Effective from 15 August, Oman Air will launch the sale of sleepwear, an exclusive amenities kit, and other Oman Air branded merchandise on a selected number of routes to mark the festive season.

The Business Class Amouage amenity kit, designed especially for Oman Air, contains a set of luxurious travel essentials including hand and body moisturiser, face cream, a sleeping eye shade and shaving razor. A Colgate dental kit and mouthwash are also included in the kit, to keep Oman Air guests refreshed.

Fatigue is an unwelcome companion when travelling. With this in mind, Oman Air is introducing comfortable, yet stylish sleepwear on selected flights which can be bought at a nominal price. The new sleeper suits will provide Oman Air guests with plenty of comfort and ease when travelling on long haul night flights. A set of soft slippers is also included to guarantee comfort when resting or moving during the flight.

Xia Cai, Senior Vice President Guest Experience and Branding, said: “Oman Air is always looking at new ways to give our guests more choice and value to build their personalised journey. In addition to providing extra comfort and choice in the air, some of the items are great gift ideas, particularly in the run up to the holiday season. We will monitor guest satisfaction and aim to expand the range of items for sale in the future.”

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