Oman Air’s outstanding products and services have been acknowledged at the North India Travel Awards. At a glittering ceremony held recently at Hotel Crowne Plaza, Jaipur, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman was presented with Best International Airline Award 2015.
The award was passed to District Sales Manager Jaipur Surendra Sharma by Gajendra Singh Khimsar, Cabinet Minister of Industries, DMIC, NRI, Sports and Youth Affairs in the Government of Rajasthan.
After the ceremony, Oman Air Chief Executive Officer Paul Gregorowitsch expressed his pride on behalf of the airline: “It is an honour for Oman Air to have been acknowledged as the best International Airline 2015 at the North India Travel Awards. This is a very welcome recognition of our 22 years of successful operations to India. It also underlines our commitment to India’s air travellers, which is further illustrated by our ongoing work to increase frequencies to all 11 of our Indian destinations. On behalf of Oman Air, I would like to thank all those who voted for Oman Air, the awards organisers, Government of India and the Government of Rajasthan. And, of course, I would like to thank our customers throughout India for flying with Oman Air. It is always a pleasure to welcome you aboard.”
The North India Travel Awards were organised by India’s leading travel publishers, Durga Das Publications Ltd with the aim of creating an all-India platform to recognise those behind the success of the travel and tourism industry. The awards include 52 categories and are supported by the Government of India’s Tourism Ministry and a wide range of respected trade bodies, including IATO, PATA, ADTOI, ATOAI and OTOAI. Winners are chosen by a combination of jury decisions and online voting by the travelling public.
Oman Air was launched in 1993 and unveiled its first international destination, Trivandram, in the same year. Since then it has expanded operations in India to include services to Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Goa, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kochi, Kozhikode, Lucknow and Mumbai. All services to India will soon be operated on a daily or double-daily basis.