Welcome onboard! This new addition to our growing Boeing 787 Dreamliner fleet incorporates the latest in aircraft technologies and meticulously designed by Oman Air to ensure every journey is a memorable one. Oman Air is proud to introduce its new First Class private suite, including a host of enhancements across all cabins. Our guests continue to be served by our diverse international and Omani cabin crew, who believe in authentic experiences, like the preservation of our magnificent natural heritage — blending harmoniously with all the comforts that modern technology can offer, but never abandoning our centuries old rich tapestry of warm hospitality.
Largest windows in the sky
Each guest has a majestic view of the horizon, especially when flying across the commanding coast of Oman. With just a press of a button, adjust light levels through electro-chromatic window shades from transparent to dark.
Enhanced air quality & lower cabin pressure
Climate controls with higher humidity and advanced air filtration systems help minimize effects of dryness. Cruise at close to 43,000 feet whilst cabin altitude feels like 6,000, improving general well-being such as fewer headaches, dizziness, and less fatigue.
The acoustically treated engine inlets and nacelles with chevrons (the distinctive serrated edges at the back of the engines) means reduced noise during takeoff, landings, and during flight — better for communities, ground staff and flying guests. Noise, being one of the contributing factors to a traveler’s sense of fatigue, is also minimized.
A range of full-spectrum personalized mood lighting settings are designed for boarding, relaxing, dining and resting. The various settings not only enhance the overall mood throughout the entire journey from takeoff to landing, but also will leave each guest better adjusted and alert upon arrival at their destination.
Latest technologies in materials
The expanded use of lightweight composite materials make up 50 percent of the aircraft primary structure, including the fuselage and wing. And because the fuselage is manufactured as one-piece sections, instead of panels, all these factors reduces material waste in the production process and drives further fuel efficiency.