About Oman Air
Oman Air is the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, as Oman Air provides safe, premium, and profitable transportation services for passengers, cargo, as well as all other air services. In addition to the prominent position that Oman Air enjoys as a highly qualified and trusted commercial company, Oman Air enjoys great respect for the professional policy it applies.
The company started as a regional carrier in 1993, with headquarters in the Omani capital, Muscat, as well as operating flights from Muscat International Airport. Oman Air is a subsidiary of the Government of the Sultanate of Oman, and it has a strong network of highly trained and qualified employees who have contributed, with their belonging and hard work, in supporting the national carrier in building its distinct identity and broad customer base.
We at Oman Air affirm our commitment to achieving the highest performance rates in a way that exceeds the expectations of our valued customers by supporting the national carrier's march to be the "first choice" between airlines. Our goals are to provide a travel experience of the highest degree of safety, reliability and smoothness without compromising the level of quality and profitability, supported by providing services characterized by a spirit of authentic Omani hospitality. Being the national carrier of the country, we are committed to supporting the local community and working to encourage tourism movement to the Sultanate of Oman.
The Omani emblem symbolizes the ancient traditions, the traditional heritage and the generous Omani hospitality, as the colors of Omani aviation reflect the stages of its growth and development as a vital air carrier reaching all parts of the world, and the use of the golden and silver colors to form the Omani emblem is a modern embodiment of frankincense The Rising Omani, while the incense represents an exciting expression of Omani hospitality, the vibrant Omani history, rich culture, and rich cultural heritage.
Oman Air currently operates direct flights from Muscat to several destinations in the Arabian Gulf region such as Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Doha, Dubai, Jeddah, Riyadh, Dammam, Madinah, and Kuwait. In the Middle East, North Africa and the Persian region, national carrier flights also depart to Cairo, Amman, Tehran, Mashhad, Zanzibar, Dar es Salaam, Nairobi and Mashhad.
In addition, Oman Air flies to eleven destinations in India, namely Mumbai, Chennai, Cochin, Thiruvananthapuram, Hyderabad, Delhi, Lucknow, Bangalore, Kozhikode, Jaipur and Goa. In addition to Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore in Pakistan, and Kathmandu in Nepal, as well as Colombo in Sri Lanka. Oman Air also flies to Bangkok in Thailand, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Singapore, Manila in the Philippines, Jakarta in Indonesia and Guangzhou in China.
Among European destinations, Oman Air also flies to London, Manchester, Milan, Zurich, Munich, Frankfurt and Paris. The national carrier also operates domestic flights to Salalah, Duqm and Khasab. It is planned that the national carrier will open 4 destinations this year to the Turkish city of Istanbul by one trip per day and to the Moroccan Casablanca during the months of June and July respectively and to the Russian capital Moscow in the winter flight schedule, to the Mali side in the Maldives starting from next October. These new destinations are part of the national carrier's strategic expansion plan, which aims to provide a global network and convenient connectivity options through the national carrier’s operations headquarters in Muscat.
Code sharing agreements remain an integral part of the company's growth strategy, as it now has code sharing agreements with many leading airlines such as German Airlines, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, Ethiopian Airlines and Turkish Airlines, along with SriLankan Airlines and Royal Dutch Airlines And Garuda Indonesian Airlines, in addition to Thai Airways, Saudi Airlines, Kenya Airways, Bangkok Airways, Kuwait Airways and Etihad Airways, which contributes to the death of Better connectivity services for travelers and more options available to them. The company also signed an important new agreement with FlyBee UK.
The current Oman Air fleet consists of 7 Boeing 787 Dreamliner, 6 Airbus 330-300 aircraft, 4 Airbus 330-200 aircraft, five Boeing 737-900 aircraft, and 21 Boeing 737-800 aircraft. , Two Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, and 4 Ambra 175 aircraft. By the end of 2018, 3 Boeing 787-9 aircraft will be joined by Oman Air Fleet, along with 3 other Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. By 2022, the Oman Air fleet will have a strength of 66 aircraft.