Oman Air is the national airline of Oman. It was established in 1993 and started operating in the same year. It is a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and Arab Air Carriers Organization. It is headquartered in Muscat and Muscat International Airport is the hub of its operations while Salalah Airport is a secondary operation hub.
Today, it flies to 41 domestic destinations and internationally across the Middle East, Asia and Europe through a fleet of 50 aircraft.
Oman Air has signed a group shared code agreements with some international airlines
Oman Air offers 3 classes based on which in-flight amenities and on-ground services vary considerably.
The fleet of Oman Air is comprised of 50 modern aircrafts and fuel- effective with high-end interior design and state-of-the-art technology to ensure that is well positioned among airlines in the world and in the Middle East in particular.
Oman Air offers the First class, Business Class passengers and premium members of the “Sinbad” loyalty program, the opportunity to enjoy refreshing time in Oman Air waiting for lounges.
These lounges provide a relaxing atmosphere to help patrons work with concentration, rest and prepare for a seamless trip. There is also a variety of cuisine, TV screens, a wide range of magazines, newspapers, and flight information screens.
It offers all the passengers’ entertainment programs during their flights to spend pleasurable time. These packages include a series of AVOD such as films, series, television programs, music, radio channels, and a selection of audiobooks.
Passengers can do shopping onboard Oman Air. They can select from a wide assortment of famous international brands and exclusive products sold at competitive prices and exempted from customs such as jewelry, watches, perfumes, hardware, and cosmetics just to name few. A magazine on each seat briefs passengers about the available products and prices.
Oman Air provides physically challenged passengers with utmost care. Passengers with physical, hearing, speech difficulties, minors, and pregnant women are taken care of when traveling on board; so they have a hassle-free flight.
was established and it commenced the first international flights using a Boeing 737-300.
Joined the IATA in October.
Oman Air opened the new hall in Oman International Airport. The same year also, the airline introduced in-flight shopping program on international and domestic flights to Salalah. New uniform on board was first introduced by the cabin crew of Oman Air.
The announcement of the new identity of Oman Air in February. On 12 April the same year, the airline name changed from Oman International Services to Oman Air.
became the first airline in the world to offer onboard internet and mobile services.