Oman Air Interline Agreements

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“We look forward to working closely with RedCargo on this interline partnership,” he said. S7 Airlines` Interline partners are listed below. KUALA LUMPUR (April 29): AirAsia Group Bhd`s RedCargo Logistics and Freight Platform has entered into an interline agreement with Oman Air. Prorate Special Agreements offer S7 passengers the unique opportunity to travel around the world at surprisingly attractive prices, provided exclusively by their partners. Thanks to these partnerships, you can travel to New York, Singapore, Hanoi, London, Zurich, Geneva, Madrid or any other destination. One part of the line is operated by S7 and the other part by a partner airline. A ticket for the entire trip can be purchased at any S7 sales office or on the S7 Airlines website. In general, these flights are cheaper than the purchase of two separate tickets for a particular trip because of the special fares between airlines. Meanwhile, Mohammed Al Musafir, senior vice president of Oman Air, said that with this Interline partnership, the airline is confident that it can offer its customers a wider choice of destinations in the Far East region, with an extensive network of flights beyond Oman Air`s expanding network. 1 Unilateral agreements, with the right to sell only for S7 Airlines flights. Please note that not all passengers travelling on flights operated by other airlines (including codeshare flights) have access to Oman`s air lounges. Oman Air dates back to 1970, when Oman International Services (OIS) was founded.

The company has become a civilian provider of stopover assistance at Beit Al Falaj airport. [3] In 1972, OIS transferred the operation to the new terminal at Seeb International Airport. In 1977, the company took over Gulf Air`s Light Aircraft division, before founding the Aircraft Engineering division the same year. The rapid growth of the civil aviation industry in Oman has led the OIS to build several facilities, including hangars, workshops and in-flight caterers, to cope with the growing activity. In 1993, Oman Air was founded. The company launched in March, when a water-leased Boeing 737-300 flew from Ansett Worldwide Aviation Services (AWAS) from Muscat to Salalah. [4] In July of the same year, the airline`s first international flight was transported to Dubai, also with a Boeing 737-300 [3] Flights were fast to other destinations, Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram) operating from November, Kuwait and Karachi in January 1994 and Colombo in October. [3] In 1995, two Airbus A320s were leased by the Air of Singapore region to replace the 737. From 1995 to 1997, routes were established with Mumbai, Dhaka, Abu Dhabi, Doha and Chennai. In October 1998, Oman Air was integrated into the International Air Transport Association (IATA). At the end of the following year, Gwader, Peshawar, Djiddah and Al-Ain were included in the company`s ever-growing network, although the first two, along with a host of other destinations, were withdrawn in 2000. [3] In July 2017, Oman Air received the airline`s Best Middle East Service Award at the Skytrax World Airline Awards.

[18] In September of this year, she was also voted “Best Airline in Europe, the Middle East and Africa” for the second year in a row with the Seven Stars Luxury Lifestyle and Hospitality Awards. [19] You pack your bag yourself and keep it in your care until you hand the bag over to airport staff.