Oman Air slashes all ticket prices by 50% in Global Sale

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Oman Air infuses further joy into the upcoming festive season by discounting prices by 50 percent on all international flights in its Global Sale.

The sale will run from December 4 to 10, 2016 and travel will be valid from December 6, 2016 to September 30, 2017. The national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman has recorded strong growth during 2016 and this fantastic 50 percent Global Sale celebrates this achievement while looking forward optimistically to an even better year ahead. Travellers can rush to avail of the Global Sale by booking through the website, Oman Air sales offices, call centres or Oman Air appointed 
travel agents.
Commenting on the Global Sale, Oman Air Country Manager Gihan Karunaratne said, “The Global Sale reflects Oman Air’s commitment to offer enhanced experiences to customers by rewarding their loyalty and patronage of the airline. Customers can take full advantage of a 50 percent discount on flights to a wide selection of international destinations including Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North and East Africa to make their New Year truly special. 
The discounted tickets are valid for travel in the first nine months of 2017, which makes it even more compelling for customers. Oman Air has forged strong customer relationships in Sri Lanka, successfully fulfilling the evolving travel needs of business and leisure travellers as well as Sri Lankan expatriate workers based in Oman. The Global Sale is an offer not to be missed as it is our way of saying thank you to all our loyal customers!”
Oman Air has achieved significant growth in the Sri Lankan market and now operates two flights daily between Colombo and Muscat. The airline currently offers flights from Colombo to a variety of destinations including Muscat, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Doha, Dubai and many countries in the 
Gulf region. 

The airline is launching its inaugural flight to Guangzhou today, highlighting the continued expansion of the airline into thriving markets. A daily service between Manchester and Muscat will also be introduced on May 1, 2017, which follows up the recently introduced double daily flight between Muscat and London.

Oman Air’s tireless pursuit of excellence has resulted in the national carrier winning outstanding awards recently including being honoured as the World’s Leading Business Class Airline and Best Economy Class Airline in The Middle East at World Travel Awards 2016. Other awards include the Best Business Class Airline in the Middle East at the Business Destinations Travel Awards and the Best Airline in Europe, Middle East & Africa at the Seven Stars Luxury Hospitality & Lifestyle Awards held in Marbella, Spain. Most recently Oman Air won the award for Best New Carrier of 2016 at the Council of British Hajjis Annual Meetingas recognition for the airline’s impact within the Hajj and Umrah market 
in 2016.

Oman Air has also made strides in enhancing the passenger experience pre-flight with its own premium lounges in both Muscat International Airport and Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok where the guests can enjoy a great range of complimentary food and beverages, WI-FI, computer access and even a 15 minute massage in the premium lounge in Muscat.
Another example of Oman Air’s commitment to its loyal customers is its loyalty programme, Sindbad. The membership programme earns flyers Sindbad miles both in the air and on the ground. Customers who fly with Oman Air or its partner airlines or indeed transact with any of its global partners earn Sindbad miles, which can be used for free flights, flight upgrades, exciting raffles and promotions.

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