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Oman Air reintroduces signature Iftar boxes for the holy month of Ramadan

Posted 1 June 2017 · Add Comment

Oman Air has reintroduced its signature Iftar boxes n celebration of the holy month of Ramadan on select flights to and from the Gulf region.

 The boxes are available in all cabin classes and feature a new design that incorporates the traditional Ramadan symbol of the night sky.

The new Iftar box contains slices of fresh seasonal fruits, an assortment of finger sandwiches, dates and traditional basbousa and laban, enabling Muslim passengers to break their fast with healthy snacks. Specially-designed complimentary bags will also be given to guests in premium cabins who would like to enjoy their after sunset meal having disembarked.

Abdulaziz Alraisi, executive vice president, products and brand development, said: “We always make every effort to provide a high-quality service for our guests and our Ramadan offering perfectly demonstrates how we cater to all our guests’ needs.”

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