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Oman Air wins Best Design Airline – Middle East 2019

Posted 16 December 2019 · Add Comment

Oman Air has been named Best Design Airline – Middle East 2019 by TheDesignAir, which showcases the Aviation industry from a design and brand perspective.

 

Oman Air CEO Abdulaziz Al Raisi said: “We are proud to earn this recognition for our focus on design, which draws upon Oman’s rich, artful heritage to create a contemporary, appealing look and style in everything we do. We focus on the total guest experience, which considers all forms of design at every step in the process of travelling with Oman Air, which makes this award especially gratifying.

“I am also proud to point out that in the past several weeks, Oman Air has earned a considerable measure of recognition, including 4 World Travel Awards on 28 November. These awards are a clear indication of everyone’s hard work to deliver the airline’s ongoing improvements. We are pleased that our transformation initiatives are starting to bear fruit, and that improvements in our operations and processes are being recognised by the travelling public.”

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