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Oman Air reintroduces special Ramadan Iftar Meal Box

Posted 18 May 2018 · Add Comment

Oman Air has reintroduced its special inflight offering for its valued guests observing Ramadan.

 

In celebration of the holy month, Oman Air’s newly redesigned Iftar Meal Boxes will now be available on selected Oman Air routes from mid-May until mid-June.

The Iftar box has been influenced by the truly unique terrain found in Oman and designed to reflect the un-spoilt, natural beauty of the desert and the rugged landscape of the country’s mountains. It contains healthy options of fresh apple slices, an assortment of finger sandwiches, maamoul, packed mixed nuts, laban and dates. Specially designed gift bags are also available for Premium Cabin guests wishing to take the Iftar box away after disembarkation.

Furthermore, those passengers flying long haul with Oman Air will be offered the normal inflight meals after the fast break.

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