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Oman Airports holds Airline Awards

Posted 18 April 2019 · Add Comment

Oman Airports held its third annual award ceremony where it honoured a number of airlines and retail outlets at Oman Airports.

 

The attendance of the airline awards consisted of airline companies operating at Oman Airports, along with tour operators, retail outlets and primary stakeholders.

Samer Ahmed Al Nabhani, Oman Airports CCO said:  “The annual airline awards ceremony is a symbol of appreciation to our airlines, to tell them that they are important and fully recognized for their continuous growth and performance.”

The list of Awards went out to: 

Longest Operating GCC Airline at MCT Airport – Gulf Air

Longest Operating Subcontinent Airline at MCT Airport – Pakistan International Airlines

Longest Operating African Airline at MCT Airport – Egypt Ai

Longest Operating European Airline at MCT Airport – British Airways

Partner of the Year – Oman Air

Fastest Growing Airline– Salam Air

Fastest Growing Airline– Fly Dubai

Best Contribution to O&D Development Foreign Airline – Qatar Airways

Best Developing Newcomer – Pegasus Airlines

Best Promoting Airline– Oman Air

Best Developing Subcontinent Airline– Air India Express

Best Growing Load Factor Airline – Biman Bangladesh Airlines

Best Route Network Developing Airline– Qatar Airways

Best Low-Cost Carrier – Air Arabia

Best Full-Service Carrier – Emirates

Most innovative In-Flight Safety Video – Oman Air

Oman Airports is looking forward

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