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Oman Aviation Group to turn Oman in to a tourism and investment hub

Posted 25 April 2019 · Add Comment

Oman’s aviation sector developer, Oman Aviation Group, has unveiled its new brand identity and strategy to propel Oman’s aviation sector into the future.

Operating three main subsidiaries comprising Oman Air, Oman Airports and Oman Aviation Services, the Group is the lead facilitator for the Sultanate’s 25-year National Tourism Strategy. Oman Aviation Group’s long-term goal is to be a catalyst for progressive change in the local market as the Sultanate continues to develop a fully integrated aviation ecosystem.

Ahmed Al-Futaisi, Minister of Transport and Communications said: “Oman boasts a world-class infrastructure that is increasingly attractive to international investors, which also enables us to position the Sultanate as an aviation hub with worldwide appeal. This will also positively impact the next stage of economic diversifica¬tion and development, which ultimately feeds into all sectors.”

He added, “Aviation is a key sector for economic growth, and having a clear vision to further develop it will positively im¬pact other related sectors like tourism, logistics, as well as agriculture and fisheries.”

Oman Aviation Group will adopt a distinctive new orange–blue livery and propeller brandmark.

The CEO of Oman Aviation Group, Mustafa Al Hinai, said: “A clear message that Oman’s aviation sector is open for business, and that we are ready to share our story with the world to showcase our potential as a leading regional and global aviation hub.” He added, “Our focus is to significantly contribute to Oman’s Vision 2040 by developing the sector’s business potential and promoting it globally. Our teams work on key national ini-tiatives such as developing airport vicinities, distribution plans, as well as growing sea-to-air cargo capabilities.”

 

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