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Oman Air wins four gongs at World Travel Awards

Posted 2 December 2019 · Add Comment

Oman Air earned 4 World Travel Awards at the organisationís 2019 Grand Final Gala ceremony held recently at the Royal Opera House Muscat.

 

The airline was honoured for: World’s Leading Airline to the Middle East, World’s Leading Airline – First Class, World’s Leading Airline – Business Class Lounge and World’s Leading Airline – Rewards Programme.

Abdulaziz Al Raisi, Oman Air CEO, said: “Earning these awards re ects everyone’s hard work and dedication across the airline to ensure Oman Air sets world-class standards in everything we do. Winning awards both for our service in the air and on the ground takes everyone’s commitment to providing legendary Omani hospitality”

The World Travel Awards programme “was established in 1993 to acknowledge, reward and celebrate excellence across all key sectors of the travel, tourism and hospitality industries”, the organisation has said.

Graham Cooke, Founder of the World Travel Awards, said at the event: “It has been an honour to bring WTA to Oman for the  rst time in our 26-year history. What an incredible evening it has been here in the magni cent capital of Muscat”.

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