Oman Air Appoints GM Customer Service
Date: 27 Dec 2008 Oman Air has recently appointed David Thomas as General Manager - Customer Service. David joins from Emirates based in Dubai and brings with him significant experience gained within customer service roles in the aviation industry. David has worked in senior capacities with leading airlines and aviation organisations based in the Gulf, UK, South Africa and Asia/Pacific regions.
Oman Air To Fly To Heathrow
Date: 25 Dec 2008 Commencing Thursday 15th January 2009, Oman Air will be starting its new service to London Heathrow Airport, providing the only daily, non-stop service between Muscat and London.
Ras Al Had - The New 737 To The Oman Air Fleet
Date: 23 Dec 2008 Oman Air recently added another aircraft to its rapidly expanding fleet. The new Boeing 737 – 800 NG, named "Ras Al Had", arrived from Seattle, USA at Muscat International Airport on 21 December, 2008. This latest aircraft increases Oman Air’s B737 NG fleet to 11.
Oman Air Inaugurates Its State Of The Art Contact Centre
Date: 16 Dec 2008 Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman has officially launched their new Contact Centre at Knowledge Oasis Muscat (KOM) – the emerging IT Park of Oman.
Update 4: Oman Air Resumes Operations To Suvarnabhumi Airport In Thailand
Date: 05 Dec 2010 After conducting a comprehensive security and infrastructure review of Suvarnabhumi Airport, Oman Air has concluded that it is the right time to resume full Bangkok operations, hence announces resumption of full operations to Bangkok effective Friday 5th December 2008, as per the regular flight schedule. We thank our customers for their patience during this demanding period, and regret the inconvenience caused by factors beyond our control.
Update 3: Oman Air Continues Flights To U-TAPAO Airport In Thailand
Update 3: Oman Air Continues Flights To U-TAPAO Airport In Thailand Date: 02 December 2008 Oman Air announces the operation of flight on Thursday, 4th of December from U-Tapao airport. Till date, Oman Air has operated three relief flights to U-Tapao Airport located south of Bangkok on 29th and 30th November and 1st December, bringing home over 600 stranded passengers.
Oman Air Continues To Bring Home Stranded Passengers
Date: 2 Dec 2008 Following advice from the Thai authorities in the wake of social unrest in Thailand, Oman Air has suspended flight operations to Suvarnabhumi airport in Bangkok. Meanwhile to enable the stranded passengers of Oman Air to reach home safely, Oman Air operated flights from the U-Tapao airport in Thailand. The first flight from U-Tapao flew 196 stranded passengers from Thailand. The second flight (30th November) and the subsequent flight on the 1st of December also carried the same number of passengers, bringing the total number of stranded passengers carried by Oman Air back to the safety of home to over 600.
The Second Lot Of Fly Free To London Winners Announced
Date: 01 Dec 2008 The second draw of the "Fly free to London campaign was held at the Oman Air Head office. The Chief Guest for the occasion was HE Sheik Mohamed bin Sakher Al Amri, Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Transport and Communications for Civil Aviation Affairs and Board Member.
Update 2: Oman Air Continues Flights To U-TAPAO Airport In Thailand
Date: 30 Nov 2008 Oman Air flights from Thailand remain temporarily operating from U-Tapao airport in Thailand. The first flight from U-Tapao flew 196 stranded passengers from Thailand. The second flight (30th November) is also expected to carry the same number of passengers. There will be another flight operating from U-Tapao on the 1st of December as well. Oman Air is closely monitoring the situation in Bangkok and is in constant contact with airport authorities in Bangkok, to resume operations to Suvarnabhumi airport as soon as possible. U-Tapao International Airport is a public airport approximately 140 km southeast of Bangkok.
Oman Amongst The Top 10 Destinations The Lonely Planet Publishes Its Picks For 2009
Date: 29 Nov 2008 Oman’s aspiration of becoming a top-class attraction for holidaymakers worldwide has received further boost being among the Top 10 picks within The Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2009 guide. The world's most famous travel guide written by destination-expert authors, has published its picks for 2009. Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2009 features the best places to go and things to do all around the world in the upcoming year.