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Oman Air signs codeshare agreement with Salam Air

Posted 1 October 2020 · Add Comment

Oman Air and Salam Air have entered into a codeshare partnership connecting between Oman and five international destinations, starting on 1 October 2020 - subject to the approval by the relevant Authorities.

 

Oman Air CEO Abdulaziz Al Raisi said: “We are proud and delighted with our new partnership with Salam Air. This codeshare agreement will make it so much easier for our guests to travel through our Muscat hub to cities in Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sudan. This opens up exciting new opportunities for our customers across the network to enjoy seamless travel to these destinations and enjoy a rich world of opportunities for vacations and business travel”.

 

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