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SalamAir signs agreement with Ministry of Manpower

Posted 4 March 2020 · Add Comment

SalamAir has signed an agreement with Ministry of Manpower at the ministry headquarters.

 

The partnership aims to provide travel services, reservations, dedicated personnel and 24-hour services for the Ministry. This cooperation comes within the initiatives offered by SalamAir to cooperate with the government sector.

 

The agreement was signed by Abdullah bin Nasser Al-Bakri, Minister of Manpower and Dr.Anwar Al Rawas, Chairman of SalamAir.

 

Captain Mohamed Ahmed, CEO of SalamAir said: “We are happy to start this new relation with the Ministry of Manpower as we continue our commitment to cooperate closely with the government sector. We hope that by signing this agreement we can provide support to the Ministry of Manpower with services related to travel, reservations and offer 24-hour service by having dedicated personnel. This reflects the airline’s incessant dedication in preserving its position as being an active member of the Omani society.”

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